Every day since December 7, 1941, “Taps”
is played at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Pearl Harbor. As LAX Flight Path readies
its annual salute, veterans from all over the USA will gather at the World
War II Valor In The Pacific National Monument in December to remember
the 74th anniversary of the Japanese surprise attack.
The Flight Path Museum will present
its annual salute to American military veterans on Tuesday, November 4,
at 10 a.m. in the LAX Imperial Terminal.
But Flight Path is always doing neat things.
This past October 1, FP held a grand retrospective of
the airline business of the 1960s—including the day the Beatles
flew into New York—with a dinner dance and airline fashion show
with music by a Beatles cover band.
Not your ordinary aviation museum . . .
"Saving the Legacy of Pearl Harbor," is a
program that will recall December 7, 1941, and the Japanese sneak attack
on the Hawaiian Islands, presented by Gary Steinhauer, regional director
of the Pacific Aviation Museum at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Admission and
parking are free.
Veterans present at the Flight Path program, including
members of local American Legion posts, will be given a special introduction,
according to Nancy Niles, Flight Path President.
"Each year Flight Path is privileged to welcome
our veterans for this annual tribute to military service," Niles
"We also invite the public to come join us for
this inspiring event."
Flight Path is a great on-airport LAX resource operated
by nonprofit Flight Path in cooperation with Los Angeles World Airports.
Visiting hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through
Admission and parking are free.