Midland Army Air Field Museum Visits Grady School

H. A. Tuck and Greg Gutting spent Friday at the Grady School Veteran’s Day Assembly.  There were about twenty veterans in attendance and the student council presented an excellent salute to veterans.  Afterwards several classes stopped by our display for some education and fun.

Low overhead kept the wing from providing their usual fly-over for the student body.

This is the third year that the HSW has made an appearance at Grady’s celebration and we hope to be invited back every year.

Ready for kids.

Ready for kids.

A Grady Student Council member tries on a helmet, with H.A. Tuck looking on.

A Grady Student Council member tries on a helmet, with H.A. Tuck looking on.

With "24" as a backdrop, H.A. Tuck explains the inner workings and hidden mechanisms of the walkie-talkie to some very attentive 2nd and 3rd graders.

With “24″ as a backdrop, H.A. Tuck explains the inner workings and hidden mechanisms of the walkie-talkie to some very attentive 2nd and 3rd graders.

H.A. Tuck explains the shoulder patch to a young Grady student.

H.A. Tuck explains the shoulder patch to a young Grady student.

Looks like we might have Shirley Temple in the house.

Looks like we might have Shirley Temple in the house.

The kids had fun, but so did Tuck.
The kids had fun, but so did Tuck.

 

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