Last updated: 5/16/2012
LackLand Air Force Base, Texas
Street Address
5206 George Ave
LackLand Air Force Base, TX 78236
Mailing Address
7010 US Hwy 90 West
San Antonio, TX 78227
Monday - Friday8 AM - 4:30 PM
No charge.
Group Tours
Fernando Cortez, Museum Curator

Static aircraft collection is numbered at 40 count today. For educational school or organizational tours please contact the Lackalnd Commuity Affairs Office at 210-671-2907


The museum new mission and scope covers the Lackland history of Basic Military Training (1947-present), San Antonio Aviation Cadet Center (1942-1946), Kelly AFB Air Depot (1917-1960)and Officer Training (1948-1993).

Artifact Collections

43 historical USAF military aircraft. WWI and WWII Air Maintenance Shop Collection. WWI/WWII/1950's/ 1980's and modern USAF Basic Training Dorms. WAF (Women in the Air Force 1948-1976) Colection. Airman Heritage Colection 1917-2011 Collection. Pre-Flight/OCS/OTS Collections. Lackland USAF Shooting Team Collection.

Research Collections

Archival Collection on the following: 1. History of Lackland AFB. 2. Enlisted Heritage. 3. History of the USAF Uniform. 4. History of Basic Military Training 1947 - present. 5. History of USAF Officer Training 1947-1993.

Educational Programs

1. Airpark Tours 2. Gallery Tours 3. Educational Tours and Lectures.


Performance Areas


Access: General Public, Students, Scholars

Appointment required: Yes


Wheelchair Accessible


Group Tours

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