Archive for the ‘Museums’ Category

2017 Flying Legends Display at Duxford – Howard German’s Photos

The 2017 edition of the Imperial War Museum’s Flying Legends Air Show at Duxford brought together more than four dozen World War II and civilian aircraft from the 1930s and 1940s, on a wonderful grass landing field. The show is always full of surprises, dissimilar formations, rare aircraft flypasts, and reenactors.

Another Look at Reading’s 2017 World War II Weekend

Photography by Howard German and Daniel O. Myers For twenty-seven years, a legion of committed World War II Weekend volunteers and re-enactors has turned the Reading, PA airport into an active and entertaining living history lesson. Entering the airports vast grounds, weekend attendees stepped back in time as they passed along the recreated Home Front […]

A Salute to Air Mobility Heritage

Like many other Military Bases across the country, Scott Air Force Base also has a Heritage Park to honor its rich history. Scott’s is located at 763 Siebert Road, which is directly outside of the main base entrance, and is appropriately named Scott Field Heritage Air Park. This park portrays the history of Scott Air […]

Reading WWII: It’s A Broadway Show!

The Mid-Atlantic Air Museum presented its “27th Annual World War 2 Weekend and ‘Gathering of Warbirds’ ” on June 2nd through June 4th, 2017 at the Reading Airport in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania. Over the years this World War II Weekend has continued to grow and be refined until it now has become the largest […]