Alameda Naval Air Museum

From the Robert Bailey illustration, “Avenging Strike” ANAM collection &nbsp&nbsp The lead Mitchell B-25 bomber of the famed Doolittle Raid takes to the skies from the deck of Alameda’s USS Hornet on April 18, 1942.

Museum Marks Doolittle Raid’s 76th Anniversary

Mar 29,2018

A 76th anniversary commemoration of the famed Doolittle Raid, America’s first counter-strike against Imperial Japan in World War II, will take place this Saturday, March 31, as the Alameda Naval Air Museum (ANAM) does its fourth reprise of the event.

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Museum Hosts Car Show

Oct 20,2020

Visitors to the Alameda Naval Air Museum’s twice-annual vintage car show and swap meet admire a 1912 Overlander automobile, one of about 20 cars on display at the museum last Saturday. The museum, located at, 2151 Ferry Pt. on Alameda Point near Seaplane Lagoon, re opened to the public on Oct.

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Doolittle Walk on Tap

Mar 29,2016


The Alameda Naval Air Museum is commemorating the 74th anniversary of the Doolittle Raiders with a history walk, lecture and lunch on Saturday, April 2.

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