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Saturday, September 3, history comes alive when over 50 WWII Allied and Axis living historians arrive at Battleship Cove. See an exciting display of equipment, artillery and vehicles. Talk with veterans, learn about the different ammunition used during the war, participate in a seabag inspection race, and relive this important moment in history. Fun for the whole family. Rain or shine. 9:00am-5:00pm. Please call 508-678-1100 for more information. All activities are included with general admission.
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The museum is hosting a clam boil fundraiser on the fantail of the USS Massachusetts to benefit the restoration of the Huey Helicopter on Sunday, June 26, from 5:30-7:30pm!
The UH-1m (Huey) on display at Battleship Cove was manufactured in 1966, and served two tours in Vietnam was assigned to the 14th Aviation Battalion of the 23rd Infantry Division. She was hit by hostile fire in 1969 – the battle damage still visible today. The Huey was dedicated at the museum on May 30, 1993, and is an important part of this country’s history.
Guests will enjoy waterfront seating, and a classic clam boil with all the fixings.
2 Qts of clams
Half a link of chourico
2 Sausage links
1 Hot dog
1 White potato
1 Sweet potato
1 Ear of corn
Melted butter and broth
Meal is served with iced tea and lemonade and chocolate brownie trifles for dessert.
Space is very limited and reservations are required.
$40 Adults, Veterans $35.00, $18.00 Children 12 and under. Reservations are required. Please call 508-678-1100 ext. 101/102 to reserve your tickets today.
For more information regarding the Huey Helicopter restoration, please email Elizabeth York at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Behold the USS Massachusetts in the distance, firing her 16" guns on the Japanese city Kamaishi. This photograph was taken on this day, 71 years ago, giving us a memory of when our battleship fired the last 16" shells of World War 2.