2019 Reunion Tour Information
Airmen's Museum & Historic Aircraft - Thursday
The Museum offers a look at aircraft, engines
and weapons dating as far back as World War I. Throughout Lackland Air Force Base are static displays of several
dozen airplanes, including the g. the Airmen's Museum is quite
comprehensive, well done, and excellent explanatory labels. The static
aircraft display of historic aircraft (on the parade field) is a must see!
Also the military dog memorial at one end. It's a hike around the field, but
take it all in! From B-17 Flying Fortress, the P-38 Lightning, the P-82 Twin
MustanC-47, to the SR-71 and WW-2 trainers (AT-6) and fighters...it you're
interested in military history it's a must see. Click
HERE to see pictures of the aircraft on display.
We're going to have a caravan of cars leaving
the reunion hotel enroute to the Army Medical Department Museum on Fort Sam
Houston on Friday afternoon. Access to the post is fairly easy if you have a retired ID but a
bit more complicated if not. In order to speed our group access on post,
I will need to know some data elements about you, your spouse, and any
guests. Please provide that
information in the form below. Those failing to provide information prior
to the reunion cutoff (15 Mar 19) will still be welcome, albeit you'll have to stop at Visitor
Information, fill out the proper forms, and obtain your own clearance to
proceed on post.
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