O.C. Great Park: Heritage and Aviation ExhibitionHenry James Korn | Henry James Korn
The Heritage and Aviation Exhibition is located in historical Hangar 244 and features images, displays and artifacts that tell the story of the Great Park from its agricultural roots to its role in the military as a Marine Corps Air Station. The exhibition includes: World War II Airplanes – N3N Canary and SNJ-5 Texan Air Force C-135A Stratolifter Memorial – In honor of United States Airmen and Marines who perished in History Room – Transports back in time to World War II the Loma Ridge crash departing El Toro Marine Corps Air Station on June 25, 1965. Farmers to Flyers – Learn significant events that transformed Irvine’s agricultural land into an active military base Exhibition Receptions Open to the Public An opening reception will be held on Saturday, June 20 from 10-11:30 a.m. The Exhibition will remain open until 4 p.m. following the reception. A 50th anniversary reception and memorial unveiling, in honor of those who lost their lives in the Stratolifter-Loma Ridge crash, will