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Pearl Harbor survivor recalls nixed warning on ‘Day of Infamy’

A Japanese aircrew captured this image of planes and hangars burning at Wheeler Field during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941. Seventy-five years ago today, the American military installations in and around Pearl Harbor were ruthlessly attacked […]

Pearl Harbor survivor recalls nixed warning on ‘Day of Infamy’

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A Japanese aircrew captured this image of planes and hangars burning at Wheeler Field during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941. Seventy-five years ago today, the American military installations in and around Pearl Harbor were ruthlessly attacked […]

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WWII Soviet Veteran reminds reenactors of the true cost of war

Soviet reenactors fall in line at the 2016 Mid-Atlantic Air Museum WWII Weekend. (courtesy Svetlana Batrak) One of the highlights of the annual Mid-Atlantic Air Museum WWII Weekend is the

MAAM WWII Weekend 2016 in color

During the weekend of June 3-5, 2016 the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum in Reading, Pennslyvania held its 26th annual World War II Weekend.  The MAAM WWII Weekend featured veterans and

MAAM WWII Weekend 2016 credit John Dutcher

MAAM WWII Weekend 2016 in black & white

Last weekend (June 3-5, 2016) the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum in Reading, Pennslyvania held its 26th annual World War II Weekend.  The MAAM WWII Weekend featured veterans and authors who

Jerry Yellin, Keep the Spirit of ‘45 Alive honored by Air Force Association

From left: Brig. Gen. (Ret) Scott Van Cleef; Deborah Lee James, Secretary of the Air Force; Jerry Yellin, Andrew J. McKenna and Warren Hegg. (Anthony C. Hayes) Jerry Yellin -

V-J Day: P-51 pilot Jerry Yellin recalls last mission of WWII

(P-51's in flight in a photo taken from a B-17G bomber of the 91st Bomb Group.) September 2, 2015 marks seventy years since the official end of World War II.

Soviet veteran of WWII asks why his country’s history is ignored

A Soviet flag billows over the Russian reenactors camp at the MAAM World War II Weekend. (Anthony C. Hayes) It has long been said that truth is the first casualty

Father’s Day offers poignant reminder of fathers lost in war

Edward A. Peters III is proud of the portrait which shows him on the lap of his uniformed father – a U.S. Army captain – as his grandfather augustly

MAAM World War II Weekend: Scenes from the 25th annual event

This past weekend, the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum in Reading, Pennsylvania held it 25th annual World War II Weekend. The Baltimore Post-Examiner is pleased to present some of the images

The True Story Of Catch-22

Colonel Willis Chapman's B-25 Briefing Time now resides at the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum in Reading, Pa. After the publication of his best-selling novel Catch-22, Joseph Heller usually chose to deny

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