The museum will offer opportunities to watch the documentary D-Day Remembered, and have educational activities for children, special exhibits, a WWII patch display, and a real C-47 and B-25.
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Some of the items include federal pamphlets, newspapers, textbooks about “duck and cover” drills, transportation infrastructure, comic books, and more.
On Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News Don Abbe, curator of the Silent Wings Museum, talked with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about their newest exhibit.
Both Husband and McCool died in the Columbia space shuttle disaster on February 1st, 2003.
Participants are welcome to make Christmas treats, ornaments, and other decorations as they were used in the 1940s.
The museums will accept toy donations to benefit local children through Friday, December 14th.
Hour-long flights on the plane are being offered for $425, and proceeds go to benefit the inaugural South Plains Honor Flight.
Area residents will have the opportunity to take hour-long rides on the plane, and a portion of the cost will go to benefit the inaugural South Plains Honor Flight.
‘The Helicopter from WWII to the Vietnam War’ was produced by the Vietnam Center and Archive at Texas Tech and it will have 1 1/2 month run at the museum
“This is a fantastic program to present awareness to our community about our World War II era and all veterans,” Shell said.