Fueled by his keen interest in military history, Dr. Bosarge co-founded The Texas Flying Legends Museum in November 2010. Dr. Bosarge envisioned a center that would teach children for generations to come about the virtue, pride, and valor of America’s “Greatest Generation” – the men and women who fought for our country during the Second World War.
Since its opening, The Texas Flying Legends Museum has welcomed more than 10,000 visitors. The museum is located in Houston and displays 13 rare WWII aircraft many of which were donated by the Bosarge Family Foundation. Many of these “warbirds,” including a P-40 fighter, a Corsair fighter, a B-25 bomber, a P- 51 Mustang and, rarest of all, a Japanese Zero fighter, are flown at airshows around the country.