Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-09-21 09:18:32 –
NS Dallas World War II Air Show WingsOne of the region’s largest air shows, will take place October 29-31 at Dallas Executive Airport after a one-year break for a pandemic.
The annual interactive event presented by the Memorial Air Force features flight demonstrations, combat reenactments, veteran appearances, life history camps, hands-on family and educational activities, aircraft rides, cockpit tours and more. ..
More than 40 World War II era aircraft, including bombers, fighter-bombers and support planes, will participate in the air show. This year’s theme, Texas Goes to War, focuses on Lone Star’s key contributions to supporting America’s victory, including training grounds, manufacturers, and the defense of the Third Coast to supply oil to the military. Guess.
Featured performers at this year’s event Tora Tora Tora, A popular aerial reproduction of Pearl Harbor. Visitors can also see aircraft such as the B-29 Super Fortress FIFI, the B-24 Liberator Diamond Drill, the C-47, Brother, and the B-17 Flying Fortress Texas Raiders. Fighters such as the P-51 Mustang, P-40 Warhawk, and T-6 Texan will participate in aerial activity with fireworks effects and a reenactment of the history of aerial combat.
On earth, members of the Greatest Generation, including WWII veterans, share a personal story of service and sacrifice, as well as a living historical camp where crowds can go back in time.
“We are excited to see Wings Over Dallas return this fall,” CAF President and CEO Hank Court said in a statement. “Last year there was no show due to the COVID pandemic, so this year’s returnees will notice the new Henry B. Tippy National Aviation Education Center. This is CAF’s 47,000-square-foot facility and is nationwide. Acts as a hub for educational support. Program. “
Tickets for CAF Wings Over Dallas range from $ 10 to $ 79 and are currently available at: wingsoverdallas.org, There is a pre-purchase discount. Numerous World War II aircraft vehicles are also available on the website.
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