Just north of the Air Force Museum is a place known as Huffman Prairie. After their first flight, the Wright Brothers needed a place where they could perfect the airplane. They decided to return to their home town of Dayton. In 1904, they decided to use this place.
It is still a part of the base but it is operated by the National Park Service so that people can visit it. Just behind the two buildings above, there is a firing range. There's not alot to see here but it is still pretty neat to walk the same grounds where so much work was done for aviation.