This is the San Diego Flight Museum, a collection of living, breathing, howling Warbirds.They maintain and fly these historic aircraft on a regular basis.
For almost six decades, Edwards has been the world's premier flight testing and flight research center.
A museum centerpiece is the historical mural "Golden Age of Flight Test," a 10 foot by 20 foot painting by noted aviation artist Mike Machat.
Aircraft on display inside the museum building include the F-16B, an NA-37B, an AQM-34 Firebee drone, the X-25B concept demonstrator, and a full-scale replica of the Bell X-1.
The museum is located on historic Brown Field, about 10 miles South of San Diego and 1 mile North of the Mexican border.
The collection is housed in three large hangars directly in front of the Terminal/Restaurant/Old control tower complex.Propulsion exhibits include the YJ93 which powered the massive XB-70, and rocket engines used on the X-1, D-558-II, X-15, and the NF-104.