Five jets from the eras of the Korean and Vietnam conflicts were added to the Pacific Aviation Museum's collection on Nov. 18 and 19.

Two F-86 Sabres, a MiG-15, an F-4 Phantom and an F-102 Delta Dagger have taken up residence in the 85,000-square-foot Hangar 79, home of the Museum's Lt. Ted Shealy Restoration Shop. The five jets were donated by the Hawaii Air National Guard and the USAF Museum and join several other aircraft awaiting restoration.

Visitors can get a closer look at the Shealy Restoration Shop and its new occupants on the museum's Aviator Tour to Hangar 79.

The Pacific Aviation Museum was opened on Ford Island in Pearl Harbor in 2006. The nonprofit organization welcomed its 300,000th visitor in July.

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