National Naval Aviation Museum has a Phase 2 opening.

From the National Naval Aviation Museum:

“The National Naval Aviation Museum is pleased to announce that all holders of Department of Defense (DoD) identification and their guests can visit the museum beginning on Thursday, 15 October 2020. In addition, Veteran Health Identification Card (VHIC) holders with either a service connected disability or who are a former POW or recipient of the Purple Heart or Medal of Honor may visit the museum. At least one of these categories must be listed on the VHIC under the photo.

For this Phase 2 of the museum’s reopening, DoD identification card holders may bring guests on board the air station as long as they have valid government-issued identification and are traveling in the same vehicle. VHIC holders may sponsor their family for a visit to the museum. However, they must come to the Visitor Control Center (VCC) located adjacent to the main gate of the air station to obtain their credentials.Museum hours of operation will continue to be Tuesday-Saturday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. All visitors must bring their own masks and wear them at all times while inside the museum.

The timeline for the final phase of reopening is yet to be determined as the museum awaits a Navy decision on security protocols that allow the public to access NAS Pensacola.”



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