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MID-ATLANTIC AIR MUSEUM'S WORLD WAR II WEEKEND




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RE-ENACTOR REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

In order to register as a re-enactor for the 2018 WWII Weekend, an individual must be listed on the group roster of an invited participating group.  If you are not currently listed on a group roster, you must contact the group leader (not MAAM) to become a member of that that group.

If you qualify, tap the penultimate bomb link...and don't forget to order your Participant's Food Chit from the MAAM Online Store.

ADVANCE, DISCOUNTED, PRINTED TICKETS GO ON SALE

In addition to the new E-Tickets, you can now order traditional , printed tickets from our Online Store, by Mail Order, or over the Telephone.

For the details, hit the top bomb link 

INCOMING! - ADVANCE E-TICKETS  FOR 2018!

There's a new way to get your discounted WWII Weekend Tickets this year: Electronic Tickets from AttendStar.

Now you can order tickets online and receive them by e-mail. No more waiting for the mail man. You don't even have to be home to get them; just use your smart phone or tablet to order your tickets. You can even have the tickets scanned directly off you mobile device at the gate, or print out the bar-coded e-mail at home and bring it along to the show. And because there is no cut-off date to allow for mail delivery, you can order and receive tickets right up to 5:00 PM  May 31st.

WHAT'S BETTER THAN ONE SUPERFORTRESS?

The Museum is pleased to announce that the B-29 "Doc" will be appearing at our 2018 WWII Weekend in addition to the B-29 "Fifi". Fifi will be giving rides again and "Doc" will be open for tours.

HUGE AERIAL LINE-UP FOR THE  28TH ANNUAL WORLD WAR II WEEKEND

Museum President, Russ Strine, has confirmed the appearance of the following aircraft for the 2018 event.

Two B-29s, two B-17s, four B-25s, a C-45, a C-46, three C-47s, a C-54, a C-97, a P-63, P-51 and a P-40.  Also an F4U, SBD-5, SB2C-5, FM-2 and TBM-3; numerous T-6/SNJs, a Buker Jungmeister, Japanese Kate and Val replicas plus many L-Birds, and PTs.

Acrobatics demonstrations include the P-51, P-40, F4U, Greg Shelton and his incredible FM-2 Wildcat, Kevin Russo and his SNJ and Jerry Wells in the Jungmeister.

The WWII Airborne Demonstration Team is also back by popular demand.

 Airplane rides will be available in no less than 10 WWII bombers, transports, fighters and trainers.

BOMB LINKS NOT WORKING?

No, they aren't duds - just temporarily disarmed until they are ready for the 2018 World War II Weekend. We'll start re-arming during the month of December - so check back then, and keep an eye on our Facebook Page for announcements.

DATES OF FUTURE WORLD WAR II WEEKENDS

In case you like to plan long-range, MAAM's WWII Weekend is always held the first full weekend (including Friday) in June.  June 7-8-9, 2019;  June 5-6-7, 2020;  June  4-5-6, 2021;  June  3-4-5, 2022;  June  2-3-4, 2023 .

Click here to read the Press Release


WWII Weekend strives to present the broadest possible scope of WWII history without making any philosophical endorsements whatsoever.  If in this process, you have a philosophical question with any of the visiting planes, visiting vehicles, visiting groups, visiting guests, visiting vendors or visiting persons who paid admission to attend, we request that you please contact the identified party directly for an explanation.  Thank you.

World War II Weekend is produced by the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum
(an IRS recognized 501 ( c ) ( 3 ) charitable organization)
for the sole benefit of the Museum itself.

Photos and images displayed on this website are meant to portray the flavor of the history of WWII and the historical accents and events surrounding  that conflict and in no way represent or depict any specific beliefs or messages on behalf of the Mid Atlantic Air Museum.

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