Founders of the Warhawk Air Museum are looking to expand.
The Nampa facility sees its fair share of visitors from across the globe, and now managers of the non-profit want to include memorabilia from the Middle Eastern wars.
The idea is to expand and remodel the maintenance hanger so it can serve as a third wing.
"Histories of W.W.II, W.W.I, of Korea and Vietnam are preserved by the men and women who served and fought in those wars and the families that sacrificed so much," said Sue Paul, co-founder of the Warhawk Air Museum. "And, that's the exact same thing we want to do with the Middle Eastern wars."
The additions will cost at least $800,000.
The museum's capital campaign has already taken flight, and they are open to naming possibilities.
You can donate online by visiting http://newsite.warhawkairmuseum.org/get-involved/#donate. Be sure to designate that you want the money to go toward the capital campaign.