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Big Springs

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Hangar 25 Air Museum

Hangar 25 Air Museum is housed in a fully restored WWII era hangar. The mission of Hangar 25 Air Museum is to promote education through the collection, preservation and exhibition of the history of the Big Spring Army Air Force Bombardier School and Webb Air Force Base while honoring all veterans, past and present. Often our museum is staffed by retired veterans and civil service employees who are ready to share their memories of the hangar when it was a hub of activity, first, during WWII as a part of the Big Spring Bombardier School and later as a part of Webb Air Force Base, supporting the training of over 10,000 pilots from 1952 to 1977.

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Vietnam Memorial of Big Spring

In 1987 the Big Spring Chamber of Commerce formed a committee to plan and organize for the arrival of the Moving Wall. During the last week of September 1987, after months of planning and work, the Wall arrived. It was contained in huge wooden crates accompanied by a Vietnam veteran named Michael Letton. One by one, the panels of the Wall were assembled on plot of land at the corner of the former Webb Air Force Base, overlooking the distant West Texas horizon.

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Tour Texas: Big Springs

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Family Aquatic Center

While our pool & Hot Tub are currently out of order, please feel free to enjoy the aquatic wonder that is Big Spring’s Family Aquatic Center.

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Comanche Trail Municipal Golf Course

The Comanche Trail Municipal Golf Course in an eighteen hole course tucked against the hills on the South end of Big Spring. Five minutes from Interstate 20, the Comanche Trail Municipal Golf Course is the only rolling hills golf course in West Texas. The course features 6,576 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course management is responsible for the maintenance, development, and operation of the course.

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Commanche Trail Festival of Lights

Big Spring’s Comanche Trail Festival of Lights is celebrating 15 years of lighted splendor and has successfully earned for the community a distinctive reputation. It has attracted regional and state attention for the superior artistic innovation shown throughout the lighted displays.

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