Radiomen: Army Air Forces Technical Training Command Exhibit
Following the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, the United States formally entered World War II. The military was quick to build new bases across the country to train hundreds of thousands of soldiers. One of those bases was the Army Air Corps Radio Training School at the Sioux Falls Municipal Airport.
Airmen stationed at the training school learned radio theory, practice, and communication before serving overseas. Radio and electricity changed how the world communicated and waged war, and the military needed soldiers to be well-versed in an array of radio communications.
Check out these fun and family-friendly museum exhibits in Sioux Falls.All Museum Exhibits