Thursday, July 15, 2010

Planes of Fame: WWI Aviation - Knights of the Sky



PROUDLY PRESENTS LIVING HISTORY FLYING DAY FEATURING


WWI AVIATION: KNIGHTS OF THE SKY

WHO: Steve Anderson – Artist Fellow, American Society of Aviation Artists.

He will also be displaying his art specializing WWI combat aviation.

Jack Herris – WWI Aviation Historian and Consultant to USAF Academy.

Author of WWI aircraft books. New release AIRCRAFT OF WWI: 1914 - 1918

J.R. Williams – Vice President and Director of The League of WWI Aviation
Historians including their member’s magazine Over The Front.

Lance Bronnenkant – Expert on The Imperial German Eagles in WWI




WHAT: A distinguished panel of WWI aviation experts, in of Manfred Von Richthofen, followed by a Frenchperiod and book signing. On display Q & A Ace Charles Nungesser’s originally owned Hanriot HD-1 Scout & German Fokker DR-1 Triplane. The Great War Historical Society reenacters will be here! Members entered into raffle for L-19 Birddog flight after program!


WHEN: Saturday, Aug. 7, 10: am – 12: noon
The Red Baron movie screenings - 1 and 3pm

WHERE: 

Planes of Fame Air Museum
7000 Merrill Ave. #17
Chino CA 91710


The first Saturday of every month Planes of Fame Air Museum, a 501(c)(3),hosts a Living History Flying Day open to the public featuring aircraft from our extensive historical collection. Museum members are free. View our website at www.planesoffame.org for more info and become a Facebook “fan” today!

1 comment:

Keith said...

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