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Donate to March Aviation Society
You're already a fan of aviation history at March. Why not take a moment to make a more lasting contribution? We appreciate every donation, large or small.

Choose a program to which we'll apply your donation, or just choose "General" and we'll send the money where it's most needed. C-17 at Sunset

General Donation

  Airfest - "Thunder Over the Empire"

  JPA Golf Tournament

  Military Business Alliance (MBA)

Thank you for supporting the men and women of March ARB, citizen aviators, unsung support heroes, and their families.

The histories of March Field and Southern California have been intertwined for nearly a century. Anticipating the need to build up military forces prior to America's entry into World War I, the Army directed officers stationed in the Los Angeles area to survey Riverside's Alessandro plain for suitability as a flying training field (a two-day trip by horseback) in late 1917. The base first opened its gates in March 1918, making it one of the three oldest installations in the Air Force today, along with Randolph AFB in Texas and Langley AFB in Virginia.
The March Aviation Society is a private, nonprofit organization, 501(c)(3) #27-4745509. It is not a part of the Department of Defense or any of its components and it has no governmental status.