For three days in June the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum will present more than 1,700 living history re-enactors, dozens of vintage WW II aircraft, hundreds of military vehicles, and thousands of period artifacts. 1944 will come alive for show-goers who witness skirmishes and battles at the recreated airfield
and wander the sprawling military camp. There will be 40's era dancing, singing, comedy skits, live radio broadcasts and theater at the 'Home Front'. One of the nation's largest militaria flea markets in the nation, with more than 150 vendors, will spread along the taxiway. Most important of all, the story of the greatest conflict in human history will be told by those who were there - the men and women who made possible the freedom we enjoy today.