...OR YOU CAN MAKE A FULLY TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATION OF ANY AMOUNT BY MAILING A CHECK TO: ( BRICK NOT INCLUDED, USE ORDER LINK ABOVE ) ( BRICK NOT INCLUDED, USE ORDER LINK ABOVE )
To raise construction funds the Museum will accept donations in exchange for engraved "Victory Bricks"; various sized pavers bearing the names of individuals, military units, or the impressions of those businesses and corporations who wish to donate. The commemorative bricks may also include aviator wings, airplanes, ships, shoulder patches, or logos. These bricks will be placed along "Victory Path leading in to the main entrance or in the Victory circle around the Flag pole, shown in orange on the grounds of the airport , in front of the Main entrance of the Hangar.
The Barracks & Mess Hall & Museum, Will be located on theAirport grounds, will be representative of the hundreds built in the U.S. from 1940 to 1945.
The Barrack, Mess hall & Museum construction will be funded in large part by donations made through your purchase of Victory Bricks engraved with names and information of loved ones who are part of the legacy of United States military power in WWII.
Victory Bricks are laser engraved and then painted so the lettering is permanent and will not wear off after a few years. Ordering is easy, and allows a logo to be displayed as well as lines of text, typically:
The WWII Airborne Demonstration Team Foundation was formed to honor and serve the memory of the men who fought and died to preserve America's freedom during WWII. The activities of the Foundation recognize and honor all those who served and survived that conflict.
The Foundation serves that honorable purpose through the participation of its members in active parachute jumping in the style of the WWII airborne soldier utilizing an aircraft that actually participated in the invasion of Europe. These activities serve to further the memory of their unbending loyalty to the cause of freedom.
Further, it is the goal of the Foundation to foster, promote and engage in research of WWII airborne operations and military history and to inform and educate the public through airborne operations demonstrations throughout the United States and Europe.
The Foundation owns and operates a vintage C-47 Aircraft that was built in Oklahoma on 1942 and operated in Europe, Middle East and Burma during WWII including the invasion of Europe.
THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE BARRACKS & MUSUEM PROJECT AND VICTORY WALK & CIRCLE ALSO REPRESENTS A SIGNIFICANT CAPITAL INVESTMENT IN THE MUSEUM AND THE AIRPORT, AS WELL AS IN THE ECONOMIC FUTURE OF FREDERICK, OK. THE PROJECT IS EXPECTED TO INCREASE ATTENDANCE AT THE TEAMS ANNUAL WWII HANGAR DAY BY SEVERAL HUNDRED, AS WELL AS DRAWING THOUSANDS MORE VISITORS YEAR ROUND TO THE AIRPORT AND FREDERICK AREA FROM ACROSS THE U.S.
THE BARRACKS WILL BE BUILT ACCORDING TO EXISTING FLOOR PLANS AND CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS PROVIDED BY THE US ARMY . PENDING AVAILABILITY OF RESOURCES, THE MUSEUM HOPES TO START CONSTRUCTION IN THE SPRING OF 2018.
This is your opportunity to permanently remember, and honor your loved one and help build the iconic symbol of US Air Forces in Europe with a Victory Brick.
* TO DETERMINE THE PORTION OF YOUR BRICK PURCHASE THAT IS TAX DEDUCTIBLE, SEE THE IRS CHART.
While attempting to raise funds through individual donations the Museum is also actively seeking corporate sponsorship through tax deductible donations or in-kind contributions.
...or you can make a fully tax-deductible donation of any amount on the WWIIADT PX Store using your credit card. (BRICK NOT INCLUDED, USE ORDER LINK ABOVE)
THE WORLD WAR II AIRBORNE DEMONSTRATION TEAM IS PLANNING THE RE-CONSTRUCTION OF AN AUTHENTIC ARMY BARRACKS & MESS HALL & AIRBORNE MUSEUM, AT THE FREDERICK REGIONAL AIRPORT, LIKE THE ONES BUILT IN 1942 AT THE ORIGINAL FREDERICK AAF BASE. THESE ICONIC WOOD STRUCTURES AROUND THE COUNTRY ARE FALLING INTO RUIN AND EACH YEAR MORE OF THESE IMPORTANT SYMBOLS OF AMERICA'S WWII SACRIFICE ARE DISAPPEARING.
THE PURPOSE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO PRESERVE AN IMPORTANT SYMBOL OF AMERICA'S TRIUMPH OVER TYRANNY AND TO HONOR THE SACRIFICE OF ALL WHO SERVED IN EVERY BRANCH AND SERVICE, IN EVERY WAR AND CONFLICT, RIGHT UP TO THE PRESENT.