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Living History Presentation with Don Houk

North American B-25 Mitchell

Living History Presentation

First person presentations on General James H. “Jimmy” Doolittle

Presentations will be conducted in the Museum’s Karen & Scott Rozzell Classroom A.

Saturday, March 24 at 11 AM


Bio on Lieutenant Colonel Don Houk, Presenter

  • Retired Lieutenant Colonel, United States Air Force Reserve.
  • Former airline pilot with 5,000+ hours flying time.
  • Seventeen years in airline ground operations.
  • Past Trade Show Director with the United States Air & Trade Show, Dayton, OH, sixth largest in the world.
  • Presently, a Living History Volunteer at the Lone Star Flight Museum offering first person presentations on General James H. “Jimmy” Doolittle.
  • Presentation has been enjoyed by over 5,800 attendees!

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