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THANKS FOR THE GREAT SHOW!  SEE YOU NEXT JUNE.

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 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
(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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