Air Force Magazine Articles and Editorials
War Stories at Air and SpaceApril 1994
At the Smithsonian, history grapples with cultural angst.
The Decision That Launched the Enola GayApril 1994
In April 1945, the new President learned the most closely held secret of the war.
“The Last Act” at Air and SpaceSeptember 1994
The Enola Gay
exhibit still lacks balance and still is emotionally charged, but the Smithsonian says the plans are final.
Museum Proposes to Change Enola Gay ExhibitionOctober 1994
Memo for the Record
The Three Doctors and the Enola GayNovember 1994
Under fire from Congress and public opinion, curators at the Air and Space
Museum are making changes to their plan for exhibiting the famous B-29.
Editorial: Airplanes in the MistDecember 1994
People come to the Air and Space Museum to see restored airplanes, not for counterculture pageants and spiels about the ozone layer.
Air and Space Museum Hit By Academic BacklashJanuary 1995
Political Exhibit Crashes at the SmithsonianMarch 1995
Smithsonian Continues the CleanupApril 1995
Editorial: Japan’s Struggle With HistoryMay 1995
The truth is that imperial Japan started the war, waged it savagely, and refused to surrender until the bombs fell.
Air and Space Museum Director ResignsJune 1995
Exhibit Blunders Force Smithsonian ProbeJuly 1995
Enola GayAugust 1995
The Activists and the
Enola GaySeptember 1995
The Smithsonian has cleaned up its act, but the cause lives on with those who claim we bamboozled the press, Congress, and the public.
The Revelations of Martin HarwitDecember 1996
The former director of the National Air and Space Museum has written a book about the Enola Gay
Enola Gay IIDecember 2003
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