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What happened to the Aviation Museum you ask? Squadron13's original claim to fame? The "aviation" in Squadron13 Aviation Museum? Where did it go?

It is all still here. Only now it is presented in a different light. A different light resulting from the upheaval of American society going on at this very moment that has changed me and my entire outlook on reality. An epiphany. An about face. I'm a different person than I was when I created the museum. So now I reconsider how I present the results of seven years worth of my part time hobby - my Aviation Museum. The fascination with machines of war by humans is an evil influence on us. The effects of this are so deeply entwined in our society that we can hardly miss seeing it. Yet, amazingly we don't. The animal trophy above your fireplace, the plastic toy gun for sale in the grocery store, the incredible saturation of violence brought into every home via the TV, most sports, most games, Boy Scouts, or in my case, the internet museum I created in my spare time. Perhaps even all of the above. The list goes on and on and on.

We eagerly consume the violence, we feed it to our children, and we hardly think anything of it. Not any more. I'm changing and my site is too.

Question is how? Do I just delete it all? That would be easy and effective, but I think I have a better idea. Leaving it up gives me an opportunity to reach people that aren't even aware of our massive infection of violence. So up it stays, pretty much unchanged, complete with the sometimes embarrassing war glamorizing slant that I once possessed, and still do. It is hard to change, but that is what I have to do. And it is what we must do if we are to survive as a country, and as a species.

The "advertising" and links within the Aviation Museum encourage visitors to read articles by Dr. Jack Dresser and others, find out about the civil resistance efforts of concerned citizens,  and become aware of the evil that completely saturates our society. It also give me a little bit of hope that I might help make a difference.

So if you really want to see the museum, you may. Grab your safety glasses, your hard hat and what is left of your humor and proceed into the museum as it was before my epiphany.

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