“Cold War Warrior”
Lockheed’s Constellation and her crews prevented World War III

Wednesday,  Dec 7th

7:30 PM EST (DOORS OPEN AT 6:30)

$10 per Person: non-members
Free: Museum members
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In 1954 the Korean Conflict was over and the fear of Russia attacking over the North Pole was real. A line of radar stations were built across Alaska and Canada. There were gaps over the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans that needed to be covered. Tonight is about the Lockheed Constellations (WV-2) and crews who filled the Pacific gap flying 24/7, 365 days per year over the North Pacific.

Author: Jack Weber

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