Being my travels down those great two lane highways of this nation as well as news I learn about them from media sources. Since I'm also very interested in historic preservation, there will be a lot of that as well.
Friday, January 17, 2014
Touring the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force-- Part 1
NOVEMBER 22, 2013: If all the museum had were the R&D and Presidential planes, that would be enough, but it is way more than that. There is a huge collection of items outside, including a mock up of an English World War II American base hq and conrrol tower, but it was way too rainy to walk around outside. //// Inside the museum there are huge exhibit areas tracing the development of early planes and the early days of the Air Force, referred to as the Army Air Corps until after World War II when it became a separate branch of the service. Exhibits take you through the end of World War II. We spent several hours walking around, but you could easily spend several days if you really want to take it all in. //// As Arnold Would Say, "I'll Be Back." --RoadDog