THE PRESCOTT FOUNDATION

MISSION
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The mission of the Prescott Foundation, located in the The Hangar at 743 is to preserve and maintain the heritage of history of WWII aircraft, while also honoring our heroes and verterans.

Airshows, exhibitions, and special events establish The Hangar at 743 as an accessible living museum providing opportunities to educate and inspire all who experience our collection

PRESCOTT FOUNDATION

Legacy

INTEGRITY

The mission of the Prescott Foundation, located in The Hangar at 743 is to preserve and maintain the heritage of history of WWII aircraft, while also honoerying our heroes and verterans.

HONOR

Honoring our many WWII verterans through support, employment and events.

HERITAGE

Airshows, exhibitions, and special events establish The Hangar at 743 as an accessible living museum, providing opportunities to educate and inspire all who experience our collection.

PRESERVATION

By way of WarBird Factory we are dedicated to preserving vintage WWII aircrafts with specialized engine repair, routine maintenance, restoration and inspections.

The Hangar at 743

OUR COLLECTION OF AIRCRAFTS

Come in and see our collection of vintage aircrafts! Old Gory, Tora 101, Ruthless II and 

THE HANGAR AT 743


Integrity and Preservation of Vintage Aircrafts

Aircraft Gallery

The Vintage Aircrafts We Have

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