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A memorial to all distinguished aviators who have called South CentralKentucky home. Aviation Heritage Park currently features an AirForce F-4D Phantom and a Navy F9F-5 Panther. Brigadier General Dan Cherry, a Bowling Green native, downed a North Vietnamese MiG-21 while at the controls of the Phantom on display. Flying a Panther jet, Commander Johnny Magda, a graduate of WKU, commanded the famed Navy Blue Angels in 1950. A T-33 Shooting Star, honoring Glasgow native General Russ Dougherty, is also now on display at the park. Open daily dawn to dusk.
1825 Three Springs Rd.
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