Morning chuckle:

From your calendar:

Today is World UFO Day. Browse the world UFO day website. It has run out of our planet.

Today is Saturday, This summer 2, 2016 the 184th day of the season.

Leister would be a 2008 inductee in to the Delaware Aviation Hall of Fame.

In 1940, the town of Dover recognized a deal to construct a federally funded airport terminal. By December 1941, the airport terminal became Dover Army Airfield. From anti-submarine patrols in obsolete aircraft to secret rocket testing and fighter pilot training, the bottom prospered until it had been closed in 1946. Because the Korean War broadened the ability was reactivated as well as in 1953 it grew to become an airlift base. Today Dover AFB is definitely an indispensable area of the global transportation network.

The talk is going to be concerning the early many years of the Dover Air Pressure Base.

Leister continues to be the director from the Air Mobility Command Museum for 3 decades. He’s founded two aviation museums and also the Delaware Museum Association. He works as a senior mentor for museum professionals inside the USAF Heritage Program and from time to time for that Small Museum Association where he received their first Lifetime Achievement Award.

A unique day:

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Have you heard concerning the bank manager who quit? He lost interest.

Sunny and fewer damp today having a a lot of 82. Low 66.

This program is free of charge. For information, call Tom Summers at 744-5047 or email

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Mike Leister, director from the Air Mobility Command Museum in Dover, will show a course at 10:30 a.m. in the Delaware Public Archives, 121 Martin Luther King Junior. Blvd. N, Dover.

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