Military branch anniversary celebrations planned at Fargo Air Museum

The museum will hold special events to celebrate the U.S. National Guard and Space Force.

Take flight at the Fargo Air Museum, featuring two hangars full of vintage aircraft. Forum file photo

FARGO — Celebrations for America's oldest and youngest military branches will be held at the Fargo Air Museum this month.

On Saturday, Dec. 11, the museum will mark the 384th anniversary of the U.S. National Guard, which was founded on Dec. 13, 1636. All veterans, active duty, National Guard and reservists are eligible for free admission, and visitors can enjoy complimentary refreshments while checking out the new National Guard exhibit.

The U.S. Space Force will turn two years old the following week, on Dec. 20. The museum will again welcome veterans, active duty, National Guard and reservists for free admission on Dec. 21.

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