METECS, a recognized leader in virtual reality simulation, debuted a new Tulsamerican B-24 exhibit and virtual reality experience on December 17th, 2019, the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge.  The dedication ceremony included an in-depth historical presentation on the Tulsamerican’s heroic crew, words of inspiration from the family of the crew, a moment of silence for the lost crew members, a ribbon cutting ceremony with the media and a chance to relive the B-24’s last flight in a permanent virtual reality viewing station.

As part of President Roosevelt’s “Arsenal of Democracy” to aid WWII efforts, Tulsa was selected as the new location of a Douglas plant.  Employees of the Douglas-Tulsa plant bought enough war bonds to cover the cost of the last B-24 built in Tulsa, and so dubbed it The Tulsamerican.  The Tulsamerican fought in Europe, it’s last mission was on December 17, 1944 where it was attacked and crashed.  It currently rests in the Adriatic Sea off the coast of Croatia.
Teaser Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3uSUwIqt_4&feature=emb_logo

Fox News 23
https://www.fox23.com/news/partial-life-size-replica-wwii-bomber-is-open-tulsa-air-space-museum/WNLBHJSO5PVWCXWHYKDNBLG7RY/?_website=cmg-tv-10100

Tulsa World
https://www.tulsaworld.com/news/local/shouldn-t-be-forgotten-tulsa-air-and-space-museum-dedicates/article_1272d22e-2527-5d2d-8bee-a648b7e35a2a.html

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