A military air museum and air park that portrays the history of Selfridge Field and the many different military units that were stationed there during its almost 100-year history. Outdoor exhibits include 32 vintage military aircraft and helicopters, a mobile control tower, a fire fighting crash truck, military vehicles, and two Nike air defense missiles. Indoor exhibits include military memorabilia and artifacts, photographs, paintings, cut-away aircraft engines, model aircraft, uniforms, weapons, an interactive Air Traffic Control radar display, a World War Two era R-2800 aircraft engine, a World War Two era instrument trainer, a Vietnam-era A-7 cockpit, a Vietnam-era M-151-A2 "Jeep", a modern-era F-16 cockpit, and a gift shop. Displayed in its own hangar are a historically accurate 3/4 scale "Wright Flyer", the first aircraft flown by Wilbur and Orville Wright, and a full-scale historically accurate World War I "SPAD" fighter biplane, one of the first aircraft flown at Selfridge. The Museum and Air Park are ADA accessible and cameras are welcome. For admission information and directions please call.