The Air Mobility Command Museum will lift some of the veil surrounding America's special operations missions with a special lecture.
The Air Mobility Command Museum will lift some of the veil surrounding America’s special operations missions with a special lecture at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 13.
As part of the museum’s Hangar Flying series, guest speaker Herbert A. Mason Jr. will highlight the history and missions of Air Force special operations, from their beginning during World War II until the present day.
Mason is command historian for the AF Special Operations Command, and has served in the Air Force history field for more than 50 years. His talk will include vignettes on the people who have built, shaped and delivered tactical air power on a global scale.
Mason’s talk includes a question and answer period for audience participation.
The talk is free and open to the public, and reservations are not required.
The Air Mobility Command Museum is on Del. Route 9, south of Dover Air Force Base, just off Exit 91 from Del. Route 1.
Military identification is not required to gain access to the museum.