World War II Weekend is a public event produced by the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum at the Reading airport to commemorate World War II and every aspect of battle. The aircrafts are flying museum pieces and national treasures; often one of a kind.
“I serve as the announcer for the air displays. I tell you what each aircraft is, how it was used, and some facts about it. For example, the aircraft most feared by German army troops wasn’t a bomber; it was the Air Corps’ version of the Piper Cub because those little planes could spot the army’s location and accurately call in artillery on top of them,” tells Larry Rutt, World War II Weekend MC.
The event is scheduled from June 3-5 at 11 Museum Drive, Reading, PA, 19605. For additional information, visit www.maam.org or call 610-372-7333.