Douglas B-26B (Invader)
The Invader was originally designated the A-26A for heavy attack missions. The “B” models were outfitted for bomber missions, thus the B-26B designation. Confusion with the Martin B-26 is not uncommon. The glass nose version employed the Norden bombsite, also on display. This item was donated by Calspan Corp, Buffalo, NY after several years as its corporate aircraft.
Wings of Eagles Discovery Center is going to Mars!
For the month of January, as we make final preparations for the Wings of Eagles Mars Base Eagle exhibit, we will be OPEN TO THE PUBLIC only on Saturdays and Sundays 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM or by appointment for school/group tours.
339 Daniel Zenker Drive
Horseheads, NY 14845
Tour our 25,000 sq ft hangar with aircraft on display inside and outside. Experience our collection through static displays, self guided mobile tours and flight simulators. Take home a momento from our Gift Shop to remember your visit and grab a bite to eat at the Wings Cafe. ‹more›