Walmart heir acquires Flying Heritage museum collection

Museum says it will remain in Everett


Last updated 8/20/2022 at 12:19pm

Photo courtesy of Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum

A 17-Pounder Mk. I (Aust.) anti-tank gun on display at the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum.

Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum (FHCAM) in Everett on Aug. 4 announced plans for the museum's artifacts and assets to be acquired by the Wartime History Museum, a new nonprofit started by entrepreneur and philanthropist Steuart Walton....

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