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C-47 "Ride-Along"

WWIIADT

"Airborne Experience"

We are now able to offer a new "ride-along" Airborne experience. Individuals will be allowed to go "Airborne" along with jump team members on a C47 flight.  Hear and feel what it's like to ride in a WWII vintage aircraft and watch the troops dressed in WWII uniforms and equipment "Stand Up & hook Up".

To learn more about this opportunity contact us at: operations_@_wwiiadt.org


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WWII Airborne Demonstration Team

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The WWII Airborne Demonstration Team Foundation was formed to honor and serve the memory of the men who fought and died to preserve America's freedom during WWII. The activities of the Foundation recognize and honor all those who served and survived that conflict.

The Foundation serves that honorable purpose through the participation of its members in active parachute jumping in the style of the WWII airborne soldier utilizing an aircraft that actually participated in the invasion of Europe. These activities serve to further the memory of their unbending loyalty to the cause of freedom.

Further, it is the goal of the Foundation to foster, promote and engage in research of WWII airborne operations and military history and to inform and educate the public through airborne operations demonstrations throughout the United States and Europe.

WW2 ADT "Hanger Day" Summer 2016 from Gary Thomas on Vimeo.

Recent Media Coverage

Paratroopers keep alive memories of bygone era (Lawton Constitution, Winter 2016)

Husband finishes jump school as wife starts (KSWO News, Winter 2016)

An inside look at a WWII style jump school (KSWO News, Summer 2014)

Wall Street Journal Article on Winter 2014 Jump School

Rolla Daily News Story on Honoring Veterans at Open Hangar Day

KFOR Story on Winter 2014 Jump School

Generations Go to WWII Jump School (Lawton Constitution)

173rd 50th Anniversary Jump (KFDX TV)

Fort Sill Military Timeline Event (Lawton Constitution)

Parachuters Jump in Honor of WWII Vets (KSWO TV)

First Female Student Attends WWII ADT Jump School (Lawton Constitution)

317th Troop Carrier Reunion (Columbus Ledger-Enquirer)

317th Troop Carrier Reunion (US Army)

317th Troop Carrier Reunion Jump (WTVM Columbus, GA)

Lawton Constitution--Summer 2012 Jump School

ADT Visit to the Silent Wings Museum (Lubbock Online)

School Group Visits WWII ADT Hangar (Lawton Constitution)

13th Troop Carrier Squadron (Lawton Constitution)

13th Troop Carrier Squadron Reunion (KFDX TV News Story)


Pictures and Social Media

 

WWII ADT Google+ Page

WWII ADT Facebook Page

POV Video of the Grave Bridge Jump (Netherlands 2014) by ADT Member Steve Mayville

Normandy 2014 (Jump Operations)

POV Video of Foucarville DZ by ADT Member Paul Arentz

Pictures from Winter 2014 Jump School (see various albums of team)m)))))

Pictures from the Summer 2013 Jump School

Pictures from the Winter 2013 Jump School

Pictures from the 317th Troop Carrier Reunion

Pictures from the Summer 2012 Jump School

Jumping Out of a Perfectly Good Airplane

Pictures from the Winter 2012 Jump School

Pictures from the October 2011 Training Weekend

Pictures from the Market Garden Commemoration, Eerde, Netherlands





Interested in WWII History?  Then why not look at the variety of books, DVDs and items available through Amazon and help The World War II Airborne Demonstration Team while you do. Through its link with the team, Amazon will make a donation to the team for every purchase you make through their website at Amazon.com and whatís more, you still get the great Amazon value price. Itís a win, win, win for us all.

 


The WWII Airborne Demonstration website is going through a major update, so please bear with us as we build additional pages on the site. We are working hard to get this done a quickly as possible and we appreciate your patience as we continue this work.  Thank you!