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D-Day Squadron Announces Final Schedule Ahead of Their Trans-Atlantic Flight

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  • Waterbury-Oxford Airport, CT (KOXC)
  • Suggested $10 donation per person. It will be paid to the volunteers who will be stationed at various airport access points and in the parking areas( Maps will be available soon).
  • Aircraft will be available for viewing, but likely not for tours as this is a working week for the crews.
  • The hours are 9:00 – 5:30. Access to the aircraft before and after those time will be prohibited because we won’t have ramp security in place.
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Planes of Fame – Chino Airshow Publishes Their Schedule

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The Planes of Fame Air Museum has two branches, one in Arizona, the other and oldest, is in Chino, California. On the weekend of May 4-5th, 2019, their annual air show, chock full of warbirds, will be presented once again. This year, they'll salute the 75th Anniversary of D-Day - the invasion of Normandy. The air show at Chino airport has consistently showcased a large collection of rare (some one-of-a-kind airworthy examples) and beautifully restored aircraft, and this year's large number of flying displays (some 50 aircraft ion each day).

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Legends In Flight – The 2019 Joint Base Andrews Airshow Preview and a Look Back

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“Legends In Flight” is the theme for the 2019 Air and Space Expo at Joint Base Andrews, just off of the Capital Beltway in Camp Springs, Maryland. Andrews serves the Washington DC area, and is where the Air Force’s 89th Airlift Wing – operator of the “Air Force One” and other Special Mission Airlift aircraft of the US Air Force, is based.

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D-Day Squadron to Make Epic Trans-Atlantic Crossing in May

An amazing recreation of World War II transport operations will be assembled in Connecticut in just a few weeks. The D-Day Squadron is the American contingent of a larger anniversary commemoration in Great Britain and France, to be held during early June, 2019 - exactly seventy-five years from the dates of the great military parachute operation that started the Allied landings on European soil. The following information about the operation, and is verbatim from the D-Day Squadron organizers:

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