The mission of the Lone Star Flight Museum is to inform and educate the public of their aviation heritage and history by: acquiring, restoring to flying condition and preserving a collection of aircraft representing the evolution of aircraft design and operational capabilities; acquiring, preserving and displaying artifacts and memorabilia depicting the development of aviation; providing a facility for the proper display and preservation of the collection and a suitable setting for aviation memorials; establishing a membership to support the aviation heritage collection in the highest museum standards-
The Lone Star Flight Museum site is a basically a publicity page for the museum that gives directions, contact information and upcoming events. The most useful and interesting section for those who do not plan to visit the museum in person is the museum's Living History Group. This section contains a few records of World War II concerning veteran Henry Erwin and a link to email for other vets and family to offer their experiences. As other primary accounts are entered on the site, the usefulness of the site will improve.