The fog, cold temperatures and high winds led to the cancelation of some airborne events at Hangar Days at Frederick Army Air Force Hangar on Saturday.
One of the main events of the bi-annual Hangar Days is the jump school students demonstrating their parachuting skills. Some of those students did not get their wings because of the dreary weather conditions. However, the hangar still opened their doors to the public for gatherings and displays of old World War II equipment.
“And every veteran that comes aboard to see their actions and they walk up to the plane…. Some will tuck their head down. Some will be all smiles. Some will break out into tears,” David Arber, ‘Greatest Generation Aircraft’ pilot said.
The old aircrafts – reminiscent for some – but educational and hopefully informative for others.