Wings of Honor Museum Archive

  • Pearl Harbor Victim Returns to Arkansas

    The remains of US Navy Seaman First Class Glenn Tipton were returned to his native northeast Arkansas Wednesday evening.  An Arkansas Air National Guard C-130 carried Tipton’s body from Memphis to Walnut Ridge Regional Airport, and the flag-draped coffin was carried from the plane by a military honor […]

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  • Yellow Ribbons to Line Tipton Funeral Route

    A US Navy seaman who died in the attack on Pearl Harbor will be laid to rest in his native Northeast Arkansas Friday, June 8.  Seaman First Class Glenn Tipton will be remembered in a memorial service at the Wings of Honor World War II Museum […]

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  • WWII in Review program at Wings of Honor

    WWII in Review program at Wings of Honor to be held on Saturday, September 9, 11:00-4:00 at the Wings of Honor Museum. Holly Hope, Special Projects Historian and Travis Ratermann, Survey Historian with the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, A Division of the Department of Arkansas Heritage […]

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  • Wings of Honor Hosts Free Air Show

    Free Air Show at Walnut Ridge Airport May 6th The Wings of Honor Air Show will commemorate the 75th anniversary of Walnut Ridge Regional Airport on Saturday, May 6. In addition to the air show, which is free of charge, the event will feature vendors, […]

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  • Wings of Honor Museum Receives $20,000 Gift

    The Wings of Honor Museum in Walnut Ridge has received a $20,000 gift from an anonymous donor. The World War II museum, which is located at Walnut Ridge Regional Airport, plans to use the funds to complete the interior of a recent addition to the […]

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  • Museum Hosting ‘50s Party and Dance

    (Walnut Ridge, Ark.) – The Wings of Honor Museum is planning to take folks back to the 1950s. The museum is hosting At the Hop, a ‘50s party and dance, on Saturday, January 25, in Hoxie. The event is a fund raiser for the World […]

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