In cooperation with the Sabot Group, we had the privilege to give warbird rides to more than two dozen local veterans on Saturday.

With a large number of members in attendance for the event, we took the opportunity (ie ambushed) to get a quick comment on what Memorial Day means to our members.

Here’s a video compilation of about 40 interviews. It runs the gamut from routine, to heartfelt to humorous. 


The museum will be open on
Memorial Day, Monday May 28th.

 We will be open from 10 am to 4 pm.  You will be able to see up close and personal some of the aircraft flown by our servicemen and women in WWII who helped preserve our Freedom.

Who knows, you may even get to see one of our aircraft fly.

Come join us on this solemn day which honors our veterans who have died while serving in the U.S. Military.