The Museum of the United States Air Force will be featuring the entire first season of The Restorers on their giant IMAX-style screen in 2014. The first episode will be "They Were all Volunteers," screening the entire month of April.
This Emmy-winning episode follows an aviation museum from Minnesota as they bring their historic B-25 bomber to the 68th Doolittle Raider Reunion in Dayton, Ohio. The Restorers is produced by Cleveland-based Hemlock Films, filmed nationwide.
Screenings will take place through the entire month of April in the Museum's state of the art digital theater. Screenings are every day; noon and 3pm.
The next episode will be "Living History," screening the entire month of July. "Living History" highlights the stories of a Pearl Harbor re-enactor team, B-24 bomber fantasy camp, and a WWII paratrooper jump school.