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Museum of North Texas History

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720 Indiana Ave, 

Wichita Falls, Texas 76301

United States of America


Call Field Exhibit where you can find the Jenny will move to the new Wichita Falls Regional Airport in Fall 2014


P.O. Box 1619

Wichita Falls, TX 76307-1619





+1 940 322 7628


Tuesday - Saturday: 10:00 - 16:00


Free admission



N21525S/46 Curtiss JN-4D Jenny

N21525S/46 Curtiss JN-4D Jenny

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Aircraft collection

The Call Field Exhibit commemorates Call Field, the United States Army Air Corps training camp in Wichita Falls during WW I.  The plane flown at Call Field, which served as this country’s first military trainer, was the Curtiss JN4-D, known as the “Jenny.”  The crown jewel of the exhibit is our genuine Jenny biplane.  It is one of only five in existence still certified for flight, and for the last few years she has graced the skies above Wichita Falls


In Fall 2014, the Call Field Exhibit will move to the new Wichita Falls Regional Airport as part of a project we call “Jenny to Jet.” Across from the Jenny will be a United States Air Force T-38 jet and artifacts related to Sheppard Air Force Base.  This one-of-a-kind display with the very first U.S. military training plane and a modern jet that is a current trainer will show the world Wichita Falls’s unique history and proud commitment to our armed forces.  And given that Call Field was the forerunner to Sheppard, “Jenny to Jet” will also serve as proof that history has a direct link to our present day lives.


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Curtiss JN-4D Jenny

Northrop T-38A Tallon


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