For the last entry in the NASW Aviation Museum’s Summer Lecture & Film series, the museum has partnered with Cape May Film to screen “Survival in the Skies,” a documentary about the development of the ejection seat. On Thursday, August 1, you can “witness the ingenuity and bravery of the pioneers who developed, built, and even risked their lives testing the ejection seat.” This film is open to the public and is a free, family-friendly event. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m.
and the film will start at approximately 7:00 p.m.
Every Thursday, from July 11 to Aug. 1, the NASW Aviation Museum will continue its free lecture series with new speakers and films. As in previous years, the Aviation Museum is partnering with the Cape May Film Society to screen spectacular and informational films. Complimentary snacks and beverages will be served to attendees each Thursday night during the series. For more information please visit www.usnasw.org or Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum on Facebook.
Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum is located inside historic Hangar #1 at the Cape May Airport, New Jersey. The site was formerly Naval Air Station Wildwood, which served as a World War II dive-bomber training center. The museum is dedicated to the 42 airmen who perished while training at Naval Air Station Wildwood between 1943 and 1945.