Veterans: Share and Preserve Memories with Timeless Voices at AirVenture

     

    June 25, 2010 - All veterans carry a story within them that deserves to be told. All of them have personal experience of serving and defending our country. The sacrifices. The selflessness. The heroism.

    Thousands of veterans, from World War II to the modern day, will be honored during the week-long "Salute to Veterans" commemoration at EAA AirVenture 2010.

    Through EAA's Timeless Voices of Aviation, veterans attending AirVenture 2010 will be able tell their stories of service and give others a glimpse into their time spent preserving our freedom.

    The mission of Timeless Voices, the official oral history program of the EAA, is to assure that the first-person memories of aviation's development are preserved for future generations of family members, teachers, students, historians, and others.

    Timeless Voices production crews will be roaming the EAA AirVenture grounds throughout the week, conducting brief interviews with veterans who are willing to share memories of their service experiences. Crews will also be stationed periodically with the Vietnam-era planes of the Warbird Heritage Foundation where veterans can stop by and share their memories.

    The interviews will be added to the Timeless Voices archive and be made available for free viewing at www.timelessvoices.org.

    Preserve your cherished memories and help future generations understand their historical significance by contributing to Timeless Voices of Aviation. View a collection of Timeless Voices interviews here.

 

   

     
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