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Is your name on the bench?

Aircraft Bench Program

View Current Inscriptions and Comments

(Due to COVID-19 during the 2020 year, the benches will be updated once this year)

The AMC Museum Foundation is continuing a rather a unique fundraising campaign for a second year.

For a $100 donation to the AMC Museum Foundation “Bench Program” you can get your name on a plaque on the bench of your choice. We’ll also recognize you in the museum’s quarterly newsletter, Hangar Digest, and on our website.

The benches are already on our ramp near their respective aircraft to complement the static displays, and, as often as possible, have been placed where visitors can rest in some shade. These 8-foot-long benches are high-quality plastic-coated rolled steel with cast aluminum legs. We will update the plaques twice a year, typically at the end of March and October. The inscription information on this page will be updated more frequently. 

The AMC Museum Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. You will receive a thank you letter that you may wish to retain for your records as it may be useful for any available federal/state income tax deduction for this contribution.

You'll be able to add the following information to the bench you wish to donate towards:

  • First name, Last name
  • Crew Position/Aircraft Maintenance Related/Patron/In Memoriam/In Recognition/In Appreciation (pick one)
  • Unit, if applicable (Squadron/Wing)

Example of name on plaque:
Don Sloan   P   732 MAS
(First name, Last name, Pilot, 732nd Military Airlift Squadron)

  • I want my inscription on the museum's
    Please type the name to appear on the bench plaque
    • If Patron or In Memoriam/In Recognition/In Appreciation was typed above, please skip this step
    • Only include one Unit or Squadron

    Or you may also print and mail a form: Print & Mail
The AMC Museum Foundation may make modifications to some inscriptions to fit space requirements.

Have questions? Click here to email Don Sloan ( )