Speaker: Cory Graff, Curator, The National WWII Museum
How did William Boeing parlay his hobby of flying into one of the most powerful and influential aviation companies of the 1940s and beyond? Wood and fabric biplanes quickly gave way to mammoth metal monsters that helped change the course of World War II, in Europe and in the Pacific. Join Washington state native Cory Graff as he discusses some of the biggest, most complex, and most impactful aircraft of the age.
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This program is proudly sponsored by AARP Louisiana.