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All work and no play…

posted Jan 29, 2013, 11:07 AM by Lana Holub   [ updated Jan 29, 2013, 12:14 PM ]
All work and no play…

DALLAS-All work and no play was not the order of the day, Saturday afternoon 26 January
2013.  Active cadets of the 391st Composite Squadron, Group III Texas Wing of the Civil Air Patrol
were treated to an afternoon of Aerospace history and Hamburgers. The cadets were treated to
an afternoon of history at the “Frontiers of Flight” museum at Dallas Love Field. 

The museum, located on the east side of the field off Lemmon Avenue, is one of four flight museums in the
Dallas/Ft. Worth area. 

 

 
After the tour of the museum cadets were treated to hamburgers and
French fries and cool, cool drinks.

A special thanks goes out to, Lt.Col Bruce Bleakley and Jess Hall of the Frontiers of Flight
museum who made the visit possible. Also, a big thank you to docents Richard Damerau, retired
US Navy, and Charlie Gibbs retired US Air Force made the afternoon go faster with their tales
of flying and military service, as cadets toured the military aircraft and civilian displays.


For more information contact:

1st Lt. Robert R. Bruton CAP
Public Affairs Officer
391st Composite Squadron
Group III Texas Wing
Civil Air Patrol
Dallas (817) 685 9658 or bobbruton@capdallas.org
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