Want to fly a fighter instead of bomber this Memorial Day Weekend? Now’s your chance! Fly in a P-51 Mustang!

The CAF P-51 “Gunfighter” will let you travel back in time and show you what it was like to be a WWII fighter pilot. The Cadillac of the sky can be your ride of a life time!

Book your P-51 ride for this Memorial Day Weekend with us at the American Airpower Museum at Republic Airport, Farmingdale NY during our Legends of Airpower Weekend just 45 min outside of NYC by train or car. Click the link below for more info!

http://www.airpowersquadron.org/#!farmingdale-new-york/cwxj

CAF P-51 Flight Experience

P-51 Rider

Heading out on a P-51 Flight Experience!

May 8th, 2015 marks the 70th Anniversary of the end of the fighting in Europe during WWII. The Germans formally surrendered on 7 May 1945, with the public announcement being made on May 8th.  VE Day as it became known was not the end of WWII. The war against Japan would go on for nearly 4 more months before coming to and end. But on 8 May Europe had been liberated from the Evil that was Hitler’s Nazi Germany.

President Harry Truman addressing the nation via radio announcing the German Surrender and VE Day.

President Harry Truman addressing the nation via radio announcing the German Surrender and VE Day.

New Yorkers celebrate the announcement of VE Day in New York City's Time Square.

New Yorkers celebrate the announcement of VE Day in New York City’s Time Square.

In England, Londoners celebrate VE Day 8 May 1945.

In England, Londoners celebrate VE Day 8 May 1945.

Less than a week to go before the LI premier of Censored on Final Approach not too late to purchase tickets! http://www.infinitevarietynyc.com/

Please join us at the American Airpower Museum at Republic Airport, 1235 New Highway, Farmingdale L.I. when Infinite Variety Productions presents ‘Censored On Final Approach’, a play about the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) of WWII, based on true events.

TWO NIGHTS ONLY. May 8 & 9th at 8:00 p.m.
Recommended audience: High School to Adult.

COME MEET TWO OF THE 150 SURVIVING WOMEN AIR SERVICE PILOTS EACH NIGHT  WHO WILL BE OUR SPECIAL GUESTS!!

We will honored to have original WWII WASPs Bee Haydu, and Eleanor Faust with us the evening of Friday May 8th, and Bee Haydu and Carla Horowitz will join us on the evening of Saturday May 9th.

WASP BIOS:

“Bee” Falk Haydu was a member of WASP Class 44-W-7. After graduation she was assigned to Pecos Army Air Base, Pecos, Texas where her flying duties in the AT-6, UC-78 and AT-17 included engineering/test, administrative, transporting freight.

Carla Howard Horowitz graduated from WASP Class 44-W-7 and was assigned to Blackland Army Air Field, Waco, Texas wher she flew the AT-10 for utility, engineering/test/maintenance and administrative flying.

Eleanor Collins Faust was a member of WASP Class 44-W-10 the last class of Women Airforce Service Pilots of WWII. She graduated on December 7, 1944, the 3rd anniversary of Pearl Harbor. She was briefly assigned to Waco Army Field, Waco, Texas just prior to WASP decactivationflying the BT-13 and AT-6 on engineering/test, administrative flying, as well as instrument instruction.

For more info, student & veteran discount code, or to purchase tickets go to http://www.infinitevarietynyc.com or contact Ashley of Infinite Variety Productions at (908)415-3760.

Bee Haydu getting ready to fly a PT-17 Stearman in 1944

WASP Bee Haydu getting ready to fly a PT-17 Stearman in 1944

WASP Eleanor Faust in her WASP Uniform

WASP Eleanor Faust in her WASP Uniform

WASP Carla Howard Horowitz preps for a flight

WASP Carla Howard Horowitz preps for a flight

WASP Bee Haydu greets the current generation of Women Military Aviators during a past Memorial Day Weekend at the American Airpower Museum at Republic Airport.

WASP Bee Haydu greets a member of the current generation of Women Military Aviators during a past Memorial Day Weekend at the American Airpower Museum at Republic Airport.

AAM will be opened the weekend after Christmas. December 26th to 31st.

Holiday Gift Idea: Give the Gift of Flight

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Read More – Give The Gift of Flight

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This Holiday Season Give the Gift of Flight.


Please call (917) 690-1965 or email:flights@aamfrg.org to book your flight experience.
(All flight experiences include complimentary admission to the museum for 4 friends or family the day of your flight)

Purchase a American Airpower Museum Flight Gift Certificate your friends and family. It’s more then just a flight it’s a life changing experience.

C-47 D-Day re-enactment
Price
$320
WACO Bi-plane flight experience
Price
$280
T-6 WWII trainer flight experience
Price
$330
Note:
 Flights are weather permitting from March through October above 50 degrees. 
 C-47 Flight Experiences are done on Memorial Day and Labor Day Weekends.

Pearl Harbor Memorial Flower Drop NYC

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Last Chance for 2014 Holiday Army Truck Ride

Hot Chocolate, Candy Canes and Treats.

Saturday December 20, 2014

11am to 3pm

Truck ride – $5 plus regular admission

call 631-454-2039