The indoor part of this museum is really nice. Well documented displays, nice equipment and memorabilia. Outdoors, sits rotting away, nice vehicles, acquired by the museum since the 1980's. Most were professionally restored by the 45th's service center, new tires, paint, new canvas, none of it cheap... Now after sitting some 30 years, some of the vehicles have been painted a rather flat grey drab. The fine collection of helicopters and airplanes, also sitting on pedestals outdoors survived a disastrous hailstorm, but their windshields did not, now they are also painted over rather cheaply.. WHY did they authorize such restorations on this priceless equipment, just to let it sit out and rot away?? A SHAME! For what they spent on separate concrete pads and walkways they could've built a nice building to store everything properly indoors.