WWII being brought to life with Combat Zone
A living history reenactment of actions in the Pacific Combat Zone during World War II will be held this weekend at the National Museum of the Pacific War.
The events will be Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 12-13, at 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. both days.
On Saturday, there will also be a 3:30 p.m. reenactment.
The program will use objects from the museum’s education collection as visitors see the demonstration of weapons and hear about the tactics and strategies that won the war.
The Pacific Combat Zone is located two blocks northeast of the museum complex on East Austin Street between Elk and Lee streets.
More information about the museum is available at its website www.pacificwarmuseum.org.
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