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Area Attractions

Stop by the Wings of Honor Museum
The wings they wore…the wings that carried them to victory
The Wings of Honor Museum was established in 1999 for the purpose of preserving the rich history of the Walnut Ridge Army Flying School, the Marine Corps Air Facility at Walnut Ridge, the War Assets Administration’s Warbird Storage, Sales and Scrapping Facility, and the USAF 725th Radar Squadron; and to remember and honor those civilian and military personnel who served to maintain our freedom. Located across from the Walnut Ridge Regional Airport.
http://wingsofhonor.org
1-800-584-5575
Museum Hours – Monday-Friday 9-5, Sat 9-5 and Sun 1-5 Except Holidays And By Appointment

 

 

Come Dine & Fly With Us
Parachute Inn
Manager: Dorris Gustin
Located beside the Walnut Ridge Airport
870-886-5918
Try our delicious Catfish and Seafood!
Bring your little pilots to sit in the Captain’s Seat!

Hours- Tuesday – Thursday 8 am – 2 pm
Friday 8 am – 8 pm
Saturday 11 am – 8 pm

Visit the City of Walnut Ridge & the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce Websites  for more Area Attractions

Cityofwalnutridge.com                 Lawcochamber.org

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  • My Dad, then Army Aviation Cadet Arthur Fitzpatrick went through basic training in Class 43-B at Walnut Ridge after completing Primary training in Decatur, Alabama and Preflight at Maxwell Field. He later went onto complete Advanced training at Blytheville, and 4-engine training at Davis-Monthan, Pocatello and was a B-24 instructor at Wendover and March field. He went overseas in February 1945 and flew 30 combat missions in the B-24.