A Legend Whispers in the Shadows

 Artist: Fran Schuleit ~ Prints can be purchased at the Fighting Falcon Military Museum




The Fighting Falcon Military Museum is dedicated to educating the public about the people, machines and personal history of U.S. war and conflict. We strive to highlight the stories of local men and women of Greenville, MI and surrounding areas. Among the uniforms, weapons and equipment are stories from the men and women who have served.


Located in Greenville, Michigan, we are only 20 minutes from US 131 and only 35 minutes from downtown Grand Rapids. We have a wide collection of uniforms, weapons and munitions from all theaters of US conflict. We are well-known for our construction of a replica of the famous CG-4A glider, The Fighting Falcon, which was expected to forever soar high in the sky. The Fighting Falcon is an iconic piece of Greenville history, showcasing the dedication of the school children who sold war bonds, and the citizens who purchased them, to finance the cost of the glider.  

FIGHTING FALCON MILITARY MUSEUM

OFFICERS 2016-2017


President: Bob Christensen

Vice President: Bill Garlick

Secretary: Barb Christensen

Treasurer: Jerry Krick

Director: Al Wheeler

Director: Tanjore Splan

STANDING COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN

Building and Grounds: 
Bill Garlick
Terry Main

Military Displays: 
Bill Delp
Jerry Krick

Fundraising: 
Bill Delp
Bob Christensen

Public Relations:
Dan Dibble
Barbara Christensen

The museum is closed for the winter and will reopen the last Sunday in April.

Call Jerry at (616) 754-6991 to schedule a group or private tour while the museum is closed.