Ground tours are much cheaper though at $12 for adults. Chaney said the group will give free admission for ground tours to local World War II veterans in hopes they will come out and see the planes and talk to visitors about their experiences in combat.
Most of those vets are at least 85 years old and many die each day.
We encourage people to come out and meet with their local World War II veterans while they still can, Chaney said. We dont have more than a few years until we wont have the opportunity to do that.
posted on 03/07/2012 4:49:41 AM PST
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Magnolia State Ping!
Great opportunity to teach history to the young 'uns.
posted on 03/07/2012 4:51:22 AM PST
(There is no septic system so vile, so filthy, the left won't drink from to further their agenda)
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posted on 03/07/2012 5:32:04 AM PST
("I've got a twisted sense of humor, and everything amuses me." RAH Beyond this Horizon)
How very cool! Such a treasure to be able to see—and it’s so very inspiring to meet and talk with the veterans of past wars.
posted on 03/07/2012 6:19:14 AM PST
by sassy steel magnolia
(USAF life and Navy wife...God Bless the USA!)
If you can, check out the Air show in Chino, Ca.
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