The Yanks Air Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to exhibiting, preserving and restoring American aircraft and artifacts.
The Chino facility of Yanks Air Museum houses the largest private collection of American WWII fighters and dive bombers in the world. The aircraft collection now numbers more than 160 aircraft and continues to grow, many are the last surviving examples of their kind. Yanks restores all aircraft to airworthy condition, in the restoration of these rare aircraft, only original factory specifications and materials are used.
The Chino facility encompasses 124,000 square foot under roof and covers ten acres. Public access is permitted, on a supervised basis, to the main restoration hangar where historic aircraft can be seen in various stages of restoration, from bare fuselage to fully airworthy condition.