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The Pueblo Historical Aircraft Society (PHAS), Pueblo, Colorado hosts a large collection of military aircraft in Colorado, United States through the operation of the Weisbrod Museum and the International B-24 Memorial Museum, together as the Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum.The Society is a volunteer group of ex-military and civilian personnel who manage and operate the aircraft display as well as repairing and restoring the aircraft. The Society is open to all who wish to help preserve the aviation history in Pueblo County and Pueblo, Colorado.

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