ADD YOUR HISTORY AND PHOTO TO THE DATABASE.
JOIN the thousands of individuals and many squadrons who have entered their aviation histories to this unique, interactive, computer database
program, including such famous individuals as former President George H.
W. Bush and astronauts CAPT Eugene A. Cernan, USN (Ret) and CAPT Walter M. Schirra Jr., USN (Ret).
AVIATION HISTORY "UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL"
Web visitors using the National Flight Log can call up the photos and
in depth information of friends, relatives or shipmates. Gift entries for your friends or loved ones
are available. A gift card will be sent to the individual being honored telling him or her of your thoughtfulness.
Memorial entries are another way to honor those who contributed to naval or civilian aviation or were aviation enthusiasts.
If you are submitting a photograph it must not larger than 8"x10". It can be in color or black
and white, either a current or earlier picture, in
uniform or civilian attire.
Active duty military personnel may update their records once a year at no charge. A nominal
administrative charge will be required for all other updates.
NATIONAL FLIGHT LOG DONATION:
Preserves your personal history in the Museum archives.
Adds to the value and depth of this important database.
Supports Museum programs and improvements.
Provides support for educational programs.
Affords the opportunity for Museum visitors to have a better understanding of the people who have helped shape aviation history.
The National Flight Log is located in the National Museum of Naval Aviation aboard NAS Pensacola, Florida. The Museum has more than 150 aircraft on display including the NC-4 flying boat, the first F-14
Tomcat on public display and in the Blue Angel Atrium a flight of Blue Angel A-4
Skyhawks suspended from the ceiling in the team's familiar diamond formation.
While visiting the Museum view the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation's own film
The Magic of Flight,
featuring the world famous Blue Angels at the Naval Aviation Memorial Theater.
You can enjoy a relaxing luncheon at the Cubi Bar Cafe which boasts more than 1,000 squadron and unit plaques which form the restaurant's decor. These artifacts were recovered from the famous officer's club at Cubi Point Naval Air Station in the Philippines and are displayed in an exact replica of the original bar.