Our old SAC AF base is in a whirlwind of changes. The International Airport now there supports major employers like FedEx and WASCO, and likely will remain in high growth by recent area designation as a “Free Trade Zone.” A dynamic Ramey community service group is restoring broken-down infrastrucure, like street signs. Major federal agencies, […]

Twin Bonanza Project

Museum Director, Ricardo Busquets took a bunch of pictures from the Twin Bonanza project and put together this slideshow. Enjoy!

Rehabilitation of the Ramey Air Traffic Control Tower

Work on the Ramey Air Traffic Control Tower has finally begun. Initial work is the removal of all asbestos and lead particles inside the Tower. Engineer Lisandra Gomez, seen here on the left, is in charge of all “Air Quality Control” issues of the project. Lisandra mentions the asbestos removal is manageable but the previous […]

Sea Cadets Dock At The Museum

The Sea Cadets new recruits were training at the USCG Air Station Borinquen for the weekend. We gave them an open invitation to visit the Museum. The new recruits belong to different units around the Island. MOSCRIP Battalion from Ceiba (former Roosevelt Roads NAS), Mahan Division from Aguadilla, San German Division and the Caribbean Division. […]

1939 Ramey Brats, you’re kidding!!!

Two sisters who live in the metropolitan area heard the Museum had information regarding the P.R. National Guard 65th Infantry Regiment while stationed at Borinquen Field. We showed them a section of the Museum dedicated to the Coastal Gun Artillery which defended the base with their 155mm gun emplacements. These emplacements had been assigned to […]