Movies | Film
The Florida Gulf Coast Chapter of the SILVER WINGS FRATERNITY has scheduled their next meeting for Saturday, May 4, 2013, beginning at 11:00 a.m. in the private dining room of Kally-K’s Steakery & Fishery; 1600 Main Street in Dunedin. The program is the viewing of Last Flight of the TENMENBAK, a one-hour documentary profiling a US Army Air Forces B-24 Liberator bomber shot down in 1944 by Nazi fighters over Slovakia on its first mission. It shares what happened to the crew members, and how the local citizens surrounding the crash site honored the crew with a memorial. The guest speaker will be pilot, aircraft mechanic, and Viet Nam veteran Gino DiNucci, who along with others, visited the memorial and the grateful residents, and produced this documentary and a companion book. Memorial Day occurs on May 27. Everyone is welcome to join us in honoring all veterans by learning more about this courageous crew that did their part in defending our freedoms. SILVER WINGS FRATERNITY is a charitable not–for–profit membership organization founded in 1958 by aviation pioneers. Its membership consists of aircraft pilots and others with a genuine interest in aviation, who provide scholarships to persons seeking aviation careers, and who seek fellowship and camaraderie with aviators worldwide. The chapter hosts and maintains its clubhouse at the annual Sun ‘n Fun International Fly–In & Expo in Lakeland, Florida, taking place every Spring. Pilots and others with an interest in aviation are invited to visit www.silverwings.org to learn more. For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Menu prices are very reasonable in the $5 to @12 range for lunch.