The March Field Air Museum's annual MARCH of FLIGHT event was formerly known as the M*A*S*H Bash, a long-running, annual tradition. For 2017, we renamed and refocused the event to focus on adjacent March Field. The oldest continuously operated military airfield in the West, March Field celebrates its Centennial in 2018!


The images below give you a sample of the fun-filled event that was the March of Flight 2017. Troy Clarke and his Swing Orchestra set the tone with great music, and fun-filled activities, food, drinks and dancing helped to round out the evening. Watch for what we have in store in 2018!


Above: A B-25 Bomber and 1903 replica Wright Flyer shared starring roles with Troy Clarke and his Swing Orchestra for March of Flight 2017. Below: A special reception was held just prior to the March of Flight event, to cut the ribbon on the museum's all-new exhibit "Saluting a Century of Service" which covers 100 years of March Field history. (Michael J. Elderman photo.) Bottom: The new exhibit in its all-new gallery exhibit space, which formally opened to the public the day following the MARCH of FLIGHT 2017 event.