Mon, Sep 15, 2008
Crews Still Assessing Storm's Impact
The following is a message from Larry Gregory, president of the
Lone Star Flight Museum in Galveston, TX concerning damage the
museum sustained from this weekend's onslaught from Hurricane
All museum staff are safe following passage of Hurricane
Damage to the museum is substantial. The extent of the
damage has yet to be assessed by LSFM officials and staff. As soon
as the preliminary assessment has been made we will post
information here. As soon as possible we will let you know about
reorganization and reopening.
Prior to IKE’s arrival, pilots were able to fly the
following aircraft out of harm’s way: B-17, B-25, DC-3,P-47,
F6F, F4U, SBD, AT-11, P-6 and the F8F.
We want to thank all of our friends and supporters for their
thoughts and prayers.
ANN will update this story as more information becomes
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