The 475th Fighter Group Museum museum is dedicated to the 475th Fighter Group "Satan's Angels" created and maintained by the 475th Fighter Group Historical Foundation.
Nicknamed "Satan's Angels", the 475th Fighter Group included the 431st Fighter Squadron,
432nd Fighter Squadron
and 433rd Fighter Squadron operating the P-38 Lightning. This group was one of the top scoring units in the Pacific in terms of victory claims and ace pilots. The museum hanger includes exhibit includes artifacts, photos and a wall of honor dedicated to their service in Australia, New Guinea and the Philippines.
475th Fighter Group Museum at March AFB Museum
During the early 2000s, the 475th Fighter Group museum was located at March AFB Museum. Access to the museum was included with admission to March AFB Museum.
475th Fighter Group Museum at Planes of Fame Museum
During 2009, the museum was moved to Planes of Fame Museum in Chino, California and also houses the museum's P-38J Lightning 44-23314 when not being flown. The museum also includes a P-38 gondola (replica).
Access to the museum is included with admission to the Planes of Fame Museum.
475th Fighter Group Historical Foundation
Pacific Wrecks - 475th Fighter Group (475th FG) "Satan's Angles"