Discover New Zealand's military aviation history at the place where it all began
Do you have something that you’d like to share in our online exhibition? It doesn’t need to be old – museums also collect stories about things that have happened recently and are happening now, so that these stories can be told to people in the future.
This stunning stained glass window and monument stands as a tribute to the thousands of New Zealanders who gave their lives in defence of their country in air operations around the world.
Within the Glass Case: The Red Baron
So, who was this Baron von Richthofen and who was A.V. Barrow? Why and how did Barrow collect these souvenirs and what is their significance?
Air Force Museum Photo Archives go online
We are really thrilled to announce that for the first time ever, researchers will be able to browse digitised parts of our photograph collection, online.
The ‘Bougainville Typewriter’ – Bill Williamson’s trusted companion
To run a successful military unit requires a lot of administration. Learn more about the Underwood typewriter was used during World War Two.