SUPPORT THE MILITARY AIR MUSEUM
The Selfridge Military Air Museum Gift Shop is chock-full of aircraft models, aircraft-related trinkets, t-shirts & sweatshirts with the musuem logo, flight-related t-shirts, children’s toys, posters, prints, military patches, etc. All items are reasonably priced. Credit cards, checks, and cash are accepted.
The Museum does not receive any federal or state funding and is totally dependent on contributions, membership dues to the Michigan Air Guard Historical Association (MAGHA), and gift shop sales for operating capital.
Memorial Brick Program
The Michigan Air Guard Historical Association (MAGHA) has completed construction of a Memorial Area in the center of the Air Park at the Selfridge Military Air Museum. The memorial is a place to honor all members of the military who gave their lives in the line of duty and in the service of this great nation, to recognize all those who have in the past or who are currently serving their country, and to acknowledge the contributions made by families and companies to the preservation of freedom.
The centerpiece of the Memorial Area is an elevated F-86 Sabre, an aircraft flown, maintained, and supported by three Michigan Air Guard units in the mid-1950s. Flanking the F-86 is the Memorial Wall topped by engraved Memorial Bricks in honor or memory of those who have served their country or are currently serving their country.
We invite you to become part of this memorial and to recognize a unit, an individual, or a family by purchasing an engraved brick that will become a permanent part of the Memorial Wall. Cash donations for the Memorial Wall project are also welcome. All memorial brick purchases and donations for this effort are tax-deductible per Section 170 of the Internal Revenue Service Code. Engraved memorial bricks cost:
- $100 per brick for non-members (cost includes a one-year membership in MAGHA)
- $75 per brick for members of MAGHA
Information about MAGHA can be obtained by calling 586-239-6768 or by writing to us at the address listed below:
27333 C Street, Bldg. 1011
Selfridge ANG Base, MI 48045
For the Memorial Brick Order Form CLICK HERE.
MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD HISTORY BOOKS
This series of books provide the history of the Michigan Air National Guard since its conception. Purchase a copy of the four-volume set (prices vary per volume).
Selfridge Field Book
The Mount Clemens Public Library and the Selfridge Military Air Museum have collaborated on a book entitled, Images of Aviation: Selfridge Field, published by Arcadia Publishing. The book is available through the Selfridge Military Air Museum.
There are nearly 200 captioned photos and they cover the story of Selfridge Air National Guard Base from its tenuous start in the mudflats along Lake St. Clair to its present-day form as an exemplary joint military community hosting units from all of the United States armed services.
The book retails for $21.99 plus tax ($1.32) through the Selfridge Military Air Museum’s Gift Shop, local bookstores, and local/national retail outlets and organizations. Taxable shipping and handling charges are $4.24 (including tax) will apply if you request the book to be mailed to you.
If you wish the book mailed to you, please CLICK HERE for the order form. Please fill out the information and indicate your payment method. Mail the order form and payment to:
Selfridge Military Air Museum
27333 C Street, Bldg 1011
Selfridge ANG Base, MI 48045
Selfridge ANG Base
2733 ‘C’ Street
Harrison Twp, MI 48045
Hours of Operation
16 May - 31 Oct 2020
Sat-12:00 to 4:30
Sun-12:00 to 4:30
Open for Our 2020 Season
Weekends – May 15 through October
Open Saturday & Sunday 12 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Holiday Notice: The Museum will be open on Memorial Day & Independence Day.
$5 Adults & Children 13 & older
$3 Children 4 to 12 years of age
Children under 4 years of age are FREE
Access to the Museum
The Selfridge Military Air Museum is located on a secure military installation. For security reasons, all individuals without a U.S. Government ID card, Common Access Card (CAC), or Defense Biometric Identification System (DBIDS) card are required to have a mandatory security background check performed for a Visitor’s Pass before they will be allowed access to the Base and the Museum. A current and valid U.S. driver’s license, current vehicle registration, and proof of vehicular insurance must be presented to Security personnel to fulfill these mandatory requirements.
When you arrive at the Main Gate, Security personnel will advise you of where (Visitors Center or Main Gate) these processes will be performed.
Citizens of another country (both adults and children) require approximately 30 days advance notice to the Museum’s Executive Director for coordination.