JUNE 22 - 26, 2010
The Reunion was held at the:
HOLIDAY INN CINCINNATI AIRPORT HOTEL
1717 AIRPORT EXCHANGE BLVD.
ERLANGER, KY. 41018
Calendar of Events
Tuesday June 22, 2010
Welcome aboard buffet 6pm
Wednesday June 23, 2010
City Tour and Lunch Cruise - Buses depart hotel at 9am
A taste of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky
The bus will drive through quaint Main Strasse Village to Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption. Proceed to The Flood Wall Murals, with a 20 min. stop, then to Riverside Drive on to the Veterans Memorial site in Newport (right on the Licking River). Memorial service at Veterans Memorial site in Newport – 15 min. with photos if weather permits Afterwards we will cross the Ohio River to Eden Park – drive by Vietnam Memorial next to President's Grove and proceed up to Mt. Adams Then continue on with a windshield tour of downtown Cincinnati, view Fountain Square, P & G Corporate Headquarters, the Taft Museum, the Mural of Cincinnatus, Then to the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal (time permitting) we will have a 15 minute stop. After which we will proceed to the BB Riverboat for the lunch cruise and Climb aboard for a 2-hour cruise with a delicious buffet while taking in the views from the Ohio River.
Return to the hotel at 3pm.
Thursday June 24, 2010
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base - Buses depart Hotel 9am
The National Museum of the United States Air Force (formerly the United States Air Force Museum) is the official National Museum of the United States Air Force and is located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, near Dayton, Ohio. The NMUSAF is the world's largest and oldest military aviation museum. More than 400 aircraft and missiles are on display, most of them indoors.
The museum has several Presidential aircraft, including those used by Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, and Dwight D. Eisenhower. The centerpiece of the Presidential aircraft collection is SAM 26000, the first aircraft to be called Air Force One. This was the aircraft that took President and Mrs. Kennedy to Dallas on November 22, 1963-the day of the president’s assassination. This aircraft then carried the slain President’s body back to Washington. It was temporarily removed from display on December 5, 2009, to be repainted. It is scheduled to be placed back on display in the museum on President's Day, 2010. The museum is divided into galleries, covering broad historic trends in military aviation. These are further broken down into exhibits detailing specific time periods and showing aircraft in their historical context.
Lunch on your own. There is a cafeteria. Return to hotel 4pm
Friday June 25, 2010
General Meeting 10am
Saturday June 26, 2010