WWII Weekend Web
Jan 6 - Airshow and Warbird Rides Pages posted.
Jan 14 Special Guest Page posted.
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D-ATLANTIC AIR MUSEUM'S WORLD WAR II
INTRODUCING THE 2015 WWII WEEKEND SPECIAL GUESTS
Meet this year's 32 Special Guest Veterans by clicking the bomb link on the right side of this page.
SILVER ANNIVERSARY GATHERING OF WARBIRDS
The 25th Annual WWII Weekend Airshow Roster has been uploaded. The attending planes range from a Tiger Moth to a Superfortress this year. Of course, our magnificent P-61 'Back Widow' will be front and center on the ramp for a close-up inspection. Check them all out by clicking on the Airshow Roster bomb link.
WARBIRD RIDES - TIME TO START DREAMING
Although you can't make a reservation until March 3, you can certainly check out the available mounts and all the details. Choose between three trainers, a transport, two fighters, and five bombers. Click the Warbird Rides bomb link to the right. It's time to rob the piggy bank and make a bucket-list wish come true.
2015 WWII WEEKEND TICKETS ON SALE
Advance, discounted tickets are now on sale for MAAM's big Silver Anniversary WWII Weekend at our On-Line Store now. Place your order, or tell Santa you want to find these in your stocking this year. Mail order and telephone orders will be accepted starting January 30.
WWII WEEKEND ON FACEBOOK
The Mid-Atlantic Air Museum is on Facebook! Please check it out and become a fan, then invite all your friends to do the same. You are welcome to post your own WWII Weekend comments, photos, and videos on the page. Pass it on, buddy!
HERE ARE THE DATES FOR FUTURE WWII WEEKEND SHOWS
In case you like to plan long-range, MAAM's WWII Weekend is always held the first full weekend (including Friday) in June.
June 5-6-7, 2015; June 3-4-5, 2016; June 2-3-4, 2017; June 1-2-3, 2018; June 7-8-9, 2019; June 5-6-7, 2020
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
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.
This website is the intellectual property and © Copyright of Mid-Atlantic Air Museum, 2014. All rights reserved. No reproduction, distribution, or transmission of the material on this website is permitted without the expressed written permission of the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum.
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