Our Mission

The Texas Flying Legends Museum is dedicated to honoring past generations and inspiring the leaders of tomorrow through active display of WWII warbirds. Highlighting the drivers behind America’s success, our programs serve to remind us of the values and freedoms that make our country great and to challenge visitors to give back to their local communities. We are proud to do our part to ensure that America remains "the land of the free and the home of the brave."

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Texas Flying Legends Has Achieved Its Aim To Operate A Spitfire

"Without a doubt, MK959 was the hit of the 2015 Wings Over Houston Airshow. There wasn't a dry eye on the field as the legendary fighter was welcomed back to the Lone Star State."

Please click here to view the full article, The Return of the Stork, as published in the January 2016 edition of FlyPast. Written and photographed by Moose Peterson. Special thanks to Bruce Eames and pilots Warren Pietsch (flying MK959), Doug Rozendaal (in the Zero) and Kevin Croxier (the photo-ship) for their help in the creation of this feature.

We are proud to announce the addition of Corporate Sponsors to our fleet.

Donations from Champion Aerospace "ignite our passion"!


Celebrations took place across the world August 2015 in honor of the 70th Anniversary of the end of WWII.

In conjunction with the Spirit of '45, our Chief Pilot Warren Pietsch gave a speech at the Dakota Territory Air Museum surrounded by veterans, families, and friends. Please click here to read the full text.

You can help keep these planes flying,
and inspire the next generation
by making a contribution to
the Texas Flying Legends Museum!

To send a monetary donation or to
donate WWII memorabilia, please
click here.

Another way to support us, and get an up-close look at our aircraft at the same time, is to check out our collection on ACI Cockpit360º! To read our blog post on the work and inspiration behind the AeroCapture Images Cockpit360º App, click here.

For more information about the Texas Flying Legends, click here visit our planes page.