By Nicole Montesano • Staff Writer • 

Museum responds to Falls Event Center bankruptcy

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"The museum plans to move out three of its Vietnam-era aircraft — the Spitfire, the ME 109 and the Curtiss Falcon — to make room for new exhibits." Unless we were in Vietnam in the 1930's and '40's, I don't think this is the case. Actually, these planes are being moved out to make room for Vietnam era planes. The NR's lack of correctly reporting what was said just makes me question other stories accuracy.

Reporter Starla Pointer

Thanks for pointing out the age of those aircraft -- the Curtiss biplane was developed in the 1920s and the Spitfire and Messerschmitt flew in WWII, rather than in the Vietnam War -- so we could fix the story.


Fix the story or rewrite history,those aircraft should be declared at World Heritage Status,and have people who have no idea what they truly represent,keep there money hungry hands off of them.

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