WPAFB (WDTN) - The newest addition to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force landed for public display Wednesday morning.
A U.S. Air Force’s first C-21A aircraft touched down about 10 a.m.
The Learjet C-21A twin turbofan-engine aircraft was the military version of the Learjet 35A business jet.
The Air Force began flying the aircraft in April 1984, deploying it to Southwest Asia in support of Operations Desert Shield, Desert Storm, Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom.
The public can view the aircraft landing from the museum grounds, which open at 9 a.m. Visitors must enter through the main museum entrance off of Springfield Street.
The aircraft made a pass over the museum prior to landing on the runway behind the museum.
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