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ROTC cadets pay visit to Hangar 25 Air Museum

January 28, 2011

Cadets with the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Course program at Midland High School examine one of the exhibits at Hangar 25 Air Museum Thursday afternoon. (HERALD photo/Steve Reagan)

A bit of the U.S. Air Force's past and future intersected at Hangar 25 Air Museum Thursday afternoon.

The museum, which commemorates the history of the Army Air Force Bombardier School and Webb Air Force Base in Big Spring, played host to a large group of cadets who participate in the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Course program at Midland High School.

The Junior ROTC students visited the museum to learn more about Air Force history in general and Webb Air Force Base history in particular.

Museum Director Joe Hayes said hosting the tour was a reciprocal gesture on the museum's part after the cadets helped out at the Silver Wings Ball earlier this year.

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