In the early 1940s, hundreds of Army fighter pilots came to Zephyrhills to hone their skills at the newly built Zephyrhills Army Airfield before going to war.
After World War II, the airport was donated to the city. The barracks where the pilots lived have all been demolished with this infirmary building being the only survivor. From 1997 to 2001, state and city grants allowed for restoration and preservation of this building. The museum holds treasured memories of the World War II veterans who lived and trained in Zephyrhills and others who served in this and other wars.
- 48-star flag
- Ammunition boxes
- Examples of ammunition used by the U.S. Forces
- Examples of military recruiting posters
- Jerry cans
- Pictorial history of the 10th Fighter Squadron
- Ration coupons
- And much more