Left Shadow
Right Shadow
blank 12/23/09 08:41AM B-25, Doolittle Raiders, Events, Ride in a Warbird, Warbirds, WWII

Special January Events Coming to Palm Springs Air Museum

Palm Springs Air Museum B-25,Warbirds

WWII Bombardiers Share Stories at Palm Springs Air Museum

On Saturday, January 9, 2010, at 1:00 PM, WWII Bombardiers share their stories at the Palm Springs Air Museum,

 For info, visitwww.PalmSpringsAirMuseum.org or call (760) 778-6262.
 Strategic bombing was a major contributor to our victory in WW II. The evolution of the technology and tactics is one of the most interesting stories of the war. Come and hear first-hand about the critical role of the bombardier from some of the men who performed this dangerous job in the service of our Country. This program is made possible in part thanks to a grant from the City of Indian Wells.

 
The Ultimate Gift – for the Person Who Has Everything – a Ride in a B-25 Warbird*!

On Saturday and Sunday, January 23 and January 24, 2010, visitors and members of the Palm Springs Air Museum will be able to experience a 30 minute ride in the B-25 Executive Sweet Warbird for a donation of $425 (non-members) and $375(PSAM members) after entering the Palm Springs Air Museum.
 
During that time riders may take part in experiencing all of the different crew positions on board the aircraft.  Limited availability, please call to book your flight now! (760) 778-6262 x 221.
 

The Mitchell Bomber B-25J was built in Kansas City in 1944-45, and was used to train crews during what remained of World War II.  It saw service for transport and sprayed crops after being sold. The Executive Sweet was featured as the Vestal Virgin in the film, Catch-22, and numerous other films, TV shows and commercials. In April, 1992 the plane participated in the Doolittle Raid’s 50th Anniversary reenactment at North Island NAS.

Individual museum admission price ranges from $5.00 -$12.00

(Discounts not valid on Saturdays)

Children under 6 and active military with ID are free

 

The Palm Springs Air Museum is an educational non-profit organization whose mission is to Preserve, Educate and Honor.  Over 28 flyable planes and interactive exhibits are housed in 75,000 square feet of climate-controlled hangars.

PALM SPRINGS AIR MUSEUM

745 N. Gene Autry Trail, Palm Springs, CA 92262

(760) 778-6262
www.PalmSpringsAirMuseum.org

blank Permalink | Print | E-mail | Comments (13)