KENNY KEMP

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Wed­nes­day, Apri l 9 at 7 PM at Di­a­mond

Flight Cen­ter, Hangar # 49 at the Span­ish Fork Air­port

Kenny Kemp has the col lect ion of mem­o­rabi l ia that re­counts his f a ther’s h i s tor y as a young man en­ter ing the U. S. Army Air Corp to t r ain and f ly a B24 bomber in the war against Ja­pan. Mr. Kemp has put to­gether a great book ti­tled Fly­ing with the Flak Pak that brings to u s the event s of h i s f a ther ’ s life and a re­view of the events of WWI I. W hat was it l ike du r ing those war years as a young man and a bomber pi­lot will be dis­cussed in our evening pro­gram.

To quote f rom the back of Kenny Kemp’s Flak Pak book, what was it like…

To solo ten hours af ter your f irst air­plane r ide?

To be given the cont rols of the most com­plex air­craft in the world?

To f ly 12 hour mis­sions – of­ten at night, al­most al­ways over wa­ter – to f ind a tar­get a mile square?

To see clouds of f lak bur st ing around you, put ting out the sun?

To won­der if the gl int on the hor i zon is a squadron of Ze­roes headed your way?

To wa t ch you r f r ie nd s t a ke - off and won­der if you’ll see them again? To be a hero and not know it? This is go­ing to be a fas­ci­nat­ing evening and we are so pr ivi­leged to sha r e h i s f a the r ’ s s t o r y and sc rap­book wi th u s. Ever yon e is wel­come to at tend this f ree event, al­though seat­ing is limited to about 60 people.

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