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. A brand new episode "Living History" will debut this July.
The Restorers is a new television series about the men and women who restore antique aircraft. This documentary series will showcase these restorers as they use their re-built aircraft as tools to promote aviation history.
This never before seen episode "Living History" follows three complimentary stories:
Tora Tora Tora
A group who re-enact the events of Pearl Harbor at airshows nationwide with high-performance historic aircraft.
Bomber Crew Fantasy Camp
The public can sign up to re-live the sights and sounds of being a B-24 bomber crew.
WWII Airborne Demo Team
We ride along as team members train and parachute out of a historic aircraft...WWII-style!!
While screenings will begin July 1st, a premiere event will take place on July 12th at 4pm. Members of the production crew will be in attendance, along with historic veterans:
Ralph Lynn - B24 Bomber Co-Pilot Jim "Pee Wee" Martin - 101st Airborne Division
A Q&A will begin immediately following the screening with the production crew and veterans.