FAIRBORN, Ohio (WDTN) - The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force is closing its doors due to the government shutdown, again.
The museum reopened Monday after it was announced Department of Defense civilian employees could return to work.
“As part of the Air Force's recall of furloughed civilian employees, the museum temporarily opened on Monday,” a statement on the museum’s website reads, “But following further review of guidance from both the Air Force and the Department of Defense, it was determined that opening the museum did not fit within the list of operations that can continue to be supported during the lapse in appropriations.”
The museum will remain closed until permanent funding is restored.
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