- Steven Singer a diver from Pompano Beach, with WWII ammunition shells (from the NASFL Gunnery School), that he found in the ocean off of Sea Watch Restaurant.
- Photographer Norm Summey, with 4 matted aviation photographs.
- Joe Giambrone, Council member Broward Navy League of the United States, former USN AEAA 1970's (Aviation Electrician's Mate Class A) aboard the USS Kennedy - with Port booklets from Cannes, Palma de Majorca, Malaga and Naples; Cruise patches and decals, USS Kennedy booklets, pamphlets and postcards.
- Ben Langley, MCB7 (Construction Batallion), Co-founder of Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale Historical Association, NASFL Museum Director - with Naval Aviation Rates and Insignias display, Fort Lauderdale in WWII photographs display and Navy hats.
- George Rafajko, American Legion Commander District 9 - with US 8th Air force in East Anglia Poster, and Combat Colours Poster.
- War Ration Book #4, and a bone-china limited edition Commemoration Coaster by Joseph Fitzpatrick in honor of his wife Elinor A. Strong.
- Sue Presley, former Flight Attendant and private pilot - with Eastern Airlines memorabilia.
- Don & Helen Fallon - with 50 WWII and modern miniature aircraft models, to add to their collection of 200 miniature models they previously donated.
- Willard & Connie Conrow, our newest members - with a complete WWII Corporal uniform and regalia from the US Army. Also a Liberty Pass card, a vintage Airplane Hydraulic Systems Technical Manual, a 76 millimiter 62 caliber artillery shell from WWII, and 8 miniature models: Japanese Mitz J2-M2, Italian Fiat G-50, German BF-110-C, German BF-109-G10, German/Roman BF 109-G6, German/Hispanola, North American P51-B and a Republic P-47D Thunderbolt.
- Maurice de Verteuil, with a copy for our library of his 1995 article "The Disappearance of Flight 19" which first appeared on Waterway Times. Maurice is also a historian, an artist, navigation teacher, a pilot, sailor and explorer. In May of 1995 Maurice took the same journey as Flight 19, with his pilot friend Peter Mullins on a Piper Arrow trying to experience Flight 19's journey. Maurice previously donated his painting "Into the Wild Blue Yonder - Forever" which is on exhibit at our Museum.
- Gary Kilbride and Allan McElhiney donated a cache of history, military, photography and naval aviation books for our library.
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