Honoring Our Nation's Heroes 2020 Virtual Event

Honoring Our Heroes 2020
On September 2, 1945, the Japanese Empire formalized their unconditional surrender aboard the USS Missouri  in Tokyo Bay, officially ending World War II.
The Frontiers of Flight Museum cordially invites you to join us as we honor all current and former U.S. military personnel and their families.
Experience stories of unwavering courage from WWII veterans to modern-day warriors.

Presenting Sponsor

with Support from
The Perot Foundation and Erik Johnston Photography.
Although the Museum is open, with sanitized facilities and social distancing measures in place, this year's Honoring our Nation's Heroes is a virtual event due to the COVID-19 crisis.
John Miller

2020 Luckadoo Lecture Series Speaker

Lt. Cmdr John Miller, USN (Ret)

Buckle up for the ride of a lifetime with former Blue Angel pilot, LCDR John Miller, USN. Flying inverted, inches apart, at speeds in excess of 300 mph required unwavering trust, unmatched teamwork, and nerves of steel. From 1976-1978, Miller wowed crowds and inspired future aviators as one of the team’s elite lead/opposing solo pilots.

Join Miller as he tells the incredible story of how the Blue Angels rose from the ashes of WWII into today’s premier military flight demonstration team. Miller currently lives in Dallas and is a prominent member of the DFW Tailhookers, the organization that played an integral role in the Museum’s acquisition of EA-6B “Prowler” BuNo 162228 in 2019. Video shot and compiled by Erik Johnston Photography.
This exciting online event is educational, entertaining, and emotional. Catch it all on our YouTube channel.