Friday, January 6, 2006

Dover Air Force Base Museum

At lunchtime today I had a chance to spend 20 minutes wandering among the planes and jets parked outside the Air Mobility Command Museum at Dover Air Force Base. It was good opportunity to take some photos. I haven't had enough time on sunny, or at least non-rainy, days lately.

I got enough for a new photo set.

We'd had a meeting this morning of the Planning Committee for the 2006 Delaware GIS Conference at the Museum. My friend Matt and I did a quick tour of the planes. It had to be quick; it was surprisingly brisk out there.

1 comment:

The Delawarean said...

Nice. As you might know, the former aeronautics coordinator at DelDOT used to be a pilot of one of those planes. I got the chance to have him give me personal tour of that place, as he is on the board. This is another one of those places that it's better hearing history from those who lived it. It's morbid to think, but we don't have too much time left to do that type of learning.

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