Did you know Flandreau had its own bomber? How many of you remember seeing it there?
Stop by the Moody County Museum on Monday, April 3rd at 7:00 p.m. to learn more about this exciting piece of local history. Retired Flandreau High School Librarian and noted local historian Dale A. Johnson will share his research on the World War II B-24 bomber that was located at the Flandreau airport from 1947 to 1957. Learn about the bomber’s combat service during and after World War II and how the aircraft came to reside in Moody County.
Mark April 3rd on your calendars so you don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about “Thunderbird,” Flandreau’s B-24 Bomber! Bring your personal stories and photographs of the bomber to share at the presentation. The presentation is free of charge.