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The National World War II Museum (The National D-Day Museum)
Link945 Magazine Street (entrance on Andrew Higgins Drive)
New Orleans, LA 70130
Phone: 1-504-528-1944
Fax: 1-504-527-6088

This museum opened on June 6, 2000 as "The "National D-Day Museum" founded by Stephen Ambrose. In 2003, U. S. Congress officially designated it "The National WWII Museum" with an expanded focus on all of World War II.

Boeing Center
During January 2013, the Boeing Center funded by Boeing Corporation opened to the public to display the museum's aircraft collection.

B-17E "My Gal Sal" Serial Number 41-9032
Force landed June 27, 1942 salvaged during the 1990s and restored by volunteers. Placed on display in 2013.

B-24D "Over Exposed" (Nose Section Only)
This forward fuselage is made possible through a gift of Jim Sowell, whose father, Billy Z. Sowell, flew a B-24 with a photo reconnaissance squadron. The B-24 is painted with the markings and nose art of Sowell’s aircraft nicknamed "Over Exposed".

B-25J Mitchell
Displayed at the museum

SBD Dauntless
Displayed at the museum

TBM Avenger
Displayed at the museum

F4U Corsair
Displayed at the museum

P-51 Mustang
Displayed at the museum

Restored by the museum volunteers. Operates from a dock at nearby Lake Pontchatrain.

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