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Historic Wendover Airfield, Wendover Utah, Wendover Nevada,
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Author: cody@hawkdesign.co

Event Details Date: November 11th Time: 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM Meeting Place: John T. Brinkman Service Club...

Building 2515 was the airmen’s dining hall, one of many mess halls on the base. This one was built in 1945, covers 9,585 square feet, and had a capacity of 500 persons. It is a “T” shaped building and has concrete floors with...

Redd Marx served in Wendover for a time during World War II. The photographs from his collection offer terrific insight into daily happenings around Wendover Army Air Base....

Join us as we discuss the piece of technology that defined American airpower strategy in WWII, the Norden Bombsight, and tour the base's building where this piece of technology was maintained and stored....

Learn how the aerial gunners of the USAAF were trained and about the role that Wendover played in preparing airmen to defend their bombers in combat from enemy fighters. Also featured are images of, and equipment used in, flexible aerial gunnery training....

We've all seen images or films with World War II bomber crews clad in heavy leather suits, but why was such clothing necessary? Tune in to learn about the flying clothing involved in America's strategic bombing campaign and the environments that aircrews endured....

A walk around tour of the "Con-Air" movie plane in Wendover, Utah. ...