“The Museum of the Albemarle, Elizabeth City is devoting an own exhibition of Coast Guard aviation out of the Blue: Coast Guard aviation”, the name the new exhibition in the Museum of the Albemarle, Elizabeth City on the coast of North Carolina. More than 120 objects, photographs and interactive exhibits such as for example a helicopter in children size bring the history of the coast guard from its founding visitors 1790 to the present day. Exhibition which helps the people understand what the men and women every day do, if they put their lives on the line again on the new, “according to Museum Director Ed Merrel. Flight company sheep like Sikorsky and Lockheed Martin provided the exhibits and helped in the implementation of the project. The exhibition will be for the next five years at the Museum.
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