On March 31, 2021, the United States Marine Corps intends to permanently close the Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum. It is the Marine Corps’ plan to break up the aircraft collection and give it away, sell it or destroy it. There is no current plan to dispose of the artifacts.

The Flying Leatherneck Historical Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, cared for and nurtured the museum for the past 21 years. We have been making every effort to work with senior Marine Corps leaders to develop a viable and sustainable alternative to closure.

If you are concerned, like we are, about the decision to close the museum and want the Congress and Administration to reconsider, please contact your representatives and share with them why the museum is important to you, kSan Diego, the Marine Corps and the nation.

  1. Please click this link to find your Member of Congress.
  2. This link will connect you to your U.S. Senators.
  3. Please also consider contacting the Commandant of the Marine Corps and the Secretary of the Navy. Their contact information is below. 
  4. Sign the Save the Museum petition at the bottom of this page.
Where to Write: 

Your Member of Congress: (Click on the link below to find your representative)

https://www.house.gov/representatives/find-your-representative

Your Senators:

https://www.senate.gov/senators/senators-contact.htm?OrderBy=state

Commandant of the Marine Corps:
General David H. Berger

Commandant of the Marine Corps
Headquarters, US Marine Corps
3000 Marine Corps, Pentagon
Washington, DC 20350-3000

Email: david.berger@usmc.mil


Secretary of the Navy:
Hon Thomas W. Harker (Acting)
Secretary of the Navy
1200 Navy Pentagon
Washington, DC 20350-1200

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