Airborne Day at the Museum Part 1
Well last Saturday I went to the Airborne & Special Operations Museum and celebrated Airborne Day. So like a good paratrooper I took a bunch of pictures for you guys. Below are just some of the pictures I have. Enjoy!
There was a lot of WWII equipment and "reenactors" on display on the front lawn of the museum. These guys were the only 82nd troopers having a good time. The modern troopers really looked pissed off about there Saturday being taken plus Boy Scouts climbing all over there HMMWV's
This WWII Harley is awesome! The old timer in the chair said he found it in a barn and restored it to its original glory. His oldest son there only rides it about 3-4 times a year. I have been kicking around the idea of modernizing this concept with a bobber rolling chassis. That would be sick huh!
The museum is building a new section of to the side of the main displays which is dedicated to the modern Special Forces missions and equipment. They opened this section up for the day. I was lucky enough to be allowed to take some pictures of some of the displays. Below are only three of maybe a handful in this new section that were partially done.
Robin Sage (I know.. I laughed too!)
The Infamous GMV
On an admin note I cannot post the rest of the pics so I'll be splitting up this post into hopefully two parts.