A Soaring Tribute to POWs – WWII vets honored with flight by American Airpower Museum. Farmingdale, Long Island, New York.
As he lay by the side of the road in German-occupied France, Bernie Rader buried his dog tags. His unit had been ambushed, and Rader, who had been wounded, knew he’d be captured. But before the Nazis got him, the Jewish soldier from Brooklyn made sure they wouldn’t see his tags — stamped with an “H” for Hebrew.
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Last spring, fishing for porgies at a spot some 70 miles southeast of the Shinnecock Inlet known as “The Lump,” Andrew Soleau and the crew of the Viking Pride hauled from 44 fathoms deep an airplane’s landing gear. It was a piston longer than a man is tall, rusted and 600 pounds heavy.
Journey Into History – Farmingdale show features WWII era planes – and rides
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Newsday – “‘Open Cockpit’ days put visitors in pilot’s seat”