The Cimarron Field and Mustang Field Museum
Our primary goal is to preserve and present the history of Cimarron Field and Mustang Field, two United States Army Air Forces Primary Flight Training fields operating during World War II. The museum is located at Clarence E. Page Airport in Yukon, Oklahoma. This was Cimarron Field during the war and was operated by Clarence Page and other investors. Mustang Field, 8 miles west in El Reno, Oklahoma, served a similar role and was also run by Mr. Page. This museum exists to honor the sacrifices of our Greatest Generation of Americans, especially the 23 killed at the two bases and the many pilots who lost their lives in World War II after leaving Cimarron Field and Mustang Field. Additional exhibits highlight aircraft and engines of the Cold War and honor the glory days of large piston-engined aircraft.