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"I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone at Planes of Fame Air Museum for all you did for my Dad during our visit and to let (a veteran) sit in a B-25 again. You truly made his dream come true. I just don't know how I can really thank you."

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Japanese Aircraft of WWII
Presenting the topic 'Japanese Aircraft of WWII', featuring the Vultee Val (Tora, Tora, Tora movie replica) BT-15 and the Yokosuka Suiseu D4Y3 (Judy.
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Aviation in the Movies
Living History Event Jan. 3, 2015, presenting the topic 'Aviation in the Movies', featuring the Curtiss P-40 Warhawk and speaker, Mark Carlson, author of 'Flying on Film:  A Century of Aviation in the Movies, 1912-2012' and speaker William Wellman, Jr., actor and also author of 'The Man and His Wings: William A. Wellman and the Making of the First Best Picture'.
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Hangar Dance & WW2 Warbird Party

Hangar Dance & WW2 Warbird Party!  March 28, 2015 - Featuring the Fabulous Esquires Big Band.

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LIVING HISTORY FLYING DAYS

Living History Flying Days at Planes of Fame Air Museum are are held on the first Saturday of every month when we feature an historically significant aircraft from our rare and unique collection.  Our program begins at 10:am with the Pledge of Allegiance.  Typically we host a 1.5 hr. discussion panel of expert speakers each presenting to the public.  Speakers often include: book authors, pilots, historians, and/or eyewitness accounts of historic events and sometimes include a slideshow.  An opportunity for question and answer is provided followed by a member raffle for a flight that day, weather permitting.  At noon, again weather permitting, we fly the featured aircraft overhead for about 20 minutes.  Featured aircraft are generally on display and available to photograph during the program.  We have come to expect anywhere from 250 - 500 guests in attendance so please arrive early to secure a good seat and tour the Museum before the program starts.  Doors open at 9:00 a.m. on Saturdays and the gift shop has a limited number of author/speaker books available.  See you there!


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