Named after the former USAAF Eagle Field in the heart of the central valley, the foundation has begun the long anticipated effort of establishing a one-of-a-kind facility. Guests of the Eagle Field Foundation will be transported back in time as they are presented with the unique opportunity to explore restored World War 2 buildings, a collection of both vintage and modern military vehicles, and a variety of other hands-on exhibits. Each year, The Eagle Field Foundation hosts a variety of events from tank experience camps, re-enactments, kids venture scouts, school fundraisers, vintage dinner dances, and a wide range of events to benefit the local communities.
The Eagle Field Foundation is not limited to its home in central California. Throughout the year, foundation volunteers transport vehicles and displays across the west coast to be set up and made available for additional guest and public experiences. These off-site events often include parades, airshows, vehicle shows, public and private events, and veteran events. Foundation volunteers also present public demonstrations and re-enactments, such as the “rescue of a downed airmen” which is featured at airshows. This exciting presentation can come complete with pyrotechnics, re-enactors, and period vehicles with hardware.