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If you live in the Austin area and want to learn the history of the National Museum of the Pacific War, then here is your chance. Our 50th Anniversary exhibit "Five Stars, Five Decades" is on display in the State Capitol Rotunda till April 30th. The exhibit is free to the public.
Here is an interview we held last year for the #DoolittleRaid Anniversary with the last surviving Doolittle Raider, Richard (Dick) Cole. Link
Hear author James M. Scott go over the details of the #DoolittleRaid. Link//youtu.be/pp2sTPQ-WQ8
Visiting in October. Can anybody suggest how long it takes to see everything? Thanks in advance!
ALL ABOARD!!!!! A visit to Fredericksburg, Texas isn't complete without seeing our WWII Pacific Combat Program. Shows at 10:30 and 2:00 today and Sunday. Tickets can be purchased at the gate.
A great story Spectrum News San Antonio did from our first weekend. Tickets are still available for this weekends show so get them while they last Link.
12 Jul 1945. USS Ocelot. Leyte. Lt. Steingart (my dad) wrote "My Sunbeam broke down this morning... I've airmailed it home. Please have it fixed and send it back ... The head on my Schick is also in bad shape. I may have to resort to a safety razor before many days ... I've heard that items can be airmailed to personnel overseas if a request ... is made ... use this letter to substantiate your claim ... got three letters from you Sweet ... All are postmarked July 5. The colored photo of you isn't bad.” Click or tap to read more