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The air above Virginia Beach will once again be filled with classic World War II aircraft in just a few more days. The annual Warbirds Over The Beach Air Show is happening at the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia Beach. This event allows you to step back in time and experience the sight, sounds, smells and feel of the World War II era.
In addition to the airplanes, the era will be re-created with re-enactors in period clothing demonstrating life during this time. There will be live music all day, a steak dinner and hangar dance will be held on Saturday night. This is a great opportunity to mix your love of aircraft with a history lesson, and a whole lot of fun. Details may be found on the museum website.
The Biplanes and Triplanes annual World War I fly-in will be held at the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia Beach. Once again, the sky over the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia Beach will be filled with the sights and sounds of the earliest days of aviation history. Just a few years after that first flight, the airplane was already proving itself as a tool of war. You now have an opportunity to experience what this was like.
The annual World War I flyin will be held at the museum and you are cordially invited to attend. Details of the event, and lots of photos of the aircraft that will be on display in the air and on the ground may be found at the museum’s website.
Join us for this rare and exciting event, and enjoy a bit of aviation history – first hand.
World War One Airshow
October 7-9, 2011
Revisit aviation history during World War One at the Military Aviation Museum!
- Watch our rare WW1 warbirds in flight & static displays
- Talk with the re-enactors
- Vehicles, armor, and artillery demos
- Vendors & military flea market
- Meet enthusiast and collectors
- Ride in an open cockpit biplane
World War One Airshow
The AIM World War I aircraft construction project is proud to be featured in the Winter 2008 edition of Over The Front. This quarterly journal is published by the League of World War One Aviation Historians. This is a non-profit organization established exclusively for literary and educational purposes whose goals include the accumulation, preservation, and publication of this history and traditions of factual data concerning aerial activity of World War I.
We would like to thank editor, Jim Streckfuss for making this possible, and a special thanks to all of the league members who have helped our various teams with information necessary to the completion of these aircraft.
If you are interested in learning more, or subscribing to Over The Front, they can be found at www.overthefront.com