http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/exhibits/missile/index.asp Opened to the public in 2004, the Missile and Space Gallery is contained in a silo-like structure that stands 140 feet high. Visitors can view missiles such as the Titan I and II and Jupiter from ground level or can take in an aerial view from an elevated platform that hugs the inside circumference of the gallery. As part of the museum's ongoing expansion efforts, the gallery also features a portion of the museum's space collection, including the Apollo 15 Command Module, Mercury and Gemini capsules, rocket engines, satellites and balloon gondolas.
http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/exhibits/coldwar/index.asp The Eugene W. Kettering Cold War Gallery features aircraft that span the years of the Cold War and reveal how technological achievements of the era led to the advanced systems being applied in modern combat. The gallery's aircraft collection presents a broad range of platforms, such as fighters, long-range bombers, attack aircraft, reconnaissance, heavy airlift and trainers. Modern aircraft on display include the world's only permanent public display of a B-2 stealth bomber.
http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/exhibits/modernflight/index.asp In the Korean War area of the museum's Modern Flight Gallery, visitors can immerse themselves in a story line that reflects the emergence of the modern U.S. Air Force as the service experienced significant changes in roles, tactics and technology during the war. The Southeast Asia War area offers aircraft and exhibits that convey the Air Force's involvement in the war, highlighting key air campaigns such as Operation Rolling Thunder and Operation Linebacker I and II.
http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/exhibits/airpower/index.asp Harrowing and courageous moments are captured in the museum's Air Power Gallery, which houses one of the world's top collections of World War II aircraft and a variety of engaging and evocative exhibits to tell the proud story of the U.S. Army Air Forces during the war. The gallery captures the pivotal moments, campaigns and figures of U.S. Army Air Forces' air power in both the Pacific and European Theatres.
http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/exhibits/earlyyears/index.asp The museum's Early Years Gallery conveys the magic and wonder of the formative days of military air power. The gallery's aircraft collection, exhibits and artifacts combine to capture the spirit of imagination of that transformational era, chronicling the time from the Wright brothers and their contemporaries, through World War I and to the lead up to World War II.
http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/exhibits/r&d/index.asp Located adjacent to the Presidential Gallery, the Research & Development/Flight Test Gallery honors the pioneering spirit of air power visionaries who have sought through the decades to achieve greater possibilities. Gallery visitors can view unique and exotically designed aircraft, such as the only remaining aircraft of its kind, the imposing XB-70 Valkyrie, which could fly three times the speed of sound. (with wrong dates)
http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/exhibits/presidential/index.asp A Boeing VC-137C known as SAM (Special Air Mission) 26000, the aircraft that served as Air Force One on the day of President John F. Kennedy's assassination, stands as the centerpiece of the Presidential Gallery. In addition to Air Force One, the public can enter the presidential aircraft of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman and Dwight Eisenhower. Five smaller presidential planes and four other aircraft are also on display. (photos with wrong dates)
http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/ The National Museum of the United States Air Force galleries present military aviation history, boasting more than 400 aerospace vehicles -- many rare and one-of-a-kind -- along with thousands of historical items and powerful sensory exhibits that bring history to life and connect the Wright brothers' legacy with today's stealth and precision technology.