Wright-Patt’s Arnold House: A front porch view of aviation evolution

The Arnold House was built in the early 1840s by Henry Hebble, a bridge builder from Greene County, Ohio. Gen. Henry “Hap” Arnold and his family resided there from 1929 to 1931 when he was Fairfield Air Depot commander. (U.S. Air Force photo courtesy of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center History Office)

PHOTO BY: Brian Dietrick
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