BFTS Newsletter

Newsletter Spring-Summer 2018

On February 26, 2018, more than 100 citizens gathered on a mountainside in Oklahoma’s Kiamichi Wilderness on a cold, rainy Sunday afternoon to honor four young RAF pilots from Course 12 who lost their lives during World War II. Flying AT-6 planes, they set out on a low level, cross-country training flight to the No. 3 School at Miami, OK. but ran into bad weather near the Texas-Oklahoma border. A number of planes turned back; others continued to their destination without incident, however three crashed nears Antlers, OK.

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Plan your visit today!

We are currently OPEN during our regular business hours!  We are continuing our Wednesday – Saturday operating hours from 10 am to 4 pm. Needless to say, we’re excited about welcoming you back to the Museum!  We’ve missed you!

 We will be following the state-wide and local COVID-19 guidelines for museum re-opening that includes everyone wearing masks (except young children), maintaining social distancing, and constant cleaning. Please bring your own mask and hand sanitizer. 

Look forward to seeing you!

Rudy Bowling
Executive Director