Monday, October 27, 2008

Freedom Park


After the biometric procedure, my husband and I decided to visit the Freedom Park since we were in Omaha already. Freedom Park is a National Historic Landmark operated by the Greater Omaha Military Historical Society, a non-profit organization, to gather and exhibit equipment and memorabilia from the pages of naval history from World War II through the present. Freedom Park is dedicated 'In honor of those who served, in tribute to those who perished, in gratitude to those now serving'. Along with the Ships, there are a number of aircrafts and weapons mounted around the park for closer inspection. There are launchers, anti aircraft gun, big propellers and anchors etc. So if you have time, then plan a trip to Omaha and visit the the Freedom Park.

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