A partnership between the Millville Army Air Field Museum and
the New Jersey Academy of Aviation Science will allow an A-4
Skyhawk aircraft, which flew in Vietnam, to be restored for public
display. The museum obtained this plane in the 1990s, Robbins said.
Because the Navy opted to keep its engine, the fighter will remain
on static display. The museum team found out the A-4 was previously
used by the Navy's Blue Angels, leaving the blue/yellow paint
scheme as a decorative choice for the museum.