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September 15, 2013

World War I Biplanes and Triplanes weekend at the Military Aviation Museum in Pungo

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On Oct. 12-13, the Military Aviation Museum at 1341 Princess Anne Road will go back in time when biplanes and triplanes dominated the air during World War I.

Journey to the dawn of aerial combat…
Less than a dozen years after the invention of the first frail airplane to lift into the sky of nearby Kitty Hawk, NC, young men were jousting over the trenches of France in primitive wood and fabric aeroplanes.

Immerse Yourself…
Come to experience re-enactors and live musical entertainment from the early days of Vaudeville and the birth of the movie industry. This was an era now romanticized by authors and Hollywood, but experience it yourself at the Military Aviation Museum, when you go back in time and see these First World War airplanes flying once again.

Sneak Peek of the Fall Show

SAT – SUN | October 12-13, 2013

Saturday

  • Live music throughout the day.
  • Large scale radio controlled airplanes fly at 11:00am.
  • Flight operations begin at 1:00pm.
  • Evening steak dinner and Roaring 20s hangar dance.
  • Hot air balloon illuminations after dark.

Sunday

  • Live music throughout the day.
  • Large scale radio controlled airplanes fly at 11:00am.
  • Flight operations begin at 1:00pm.
  • Weekend activities end at 5:00pm.
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