The Tulsa Air and Space Museum will soon have a video history program, thanks to a $5,000 grant from the Oklahoma Department of Commerce.
The exhibit will be called Survivors, and will tell the stories of Tulsans that overcame incredible adversity during times of war. One of the focuses of the video history exhibit will be the birth of airplanes in times of war.
Lee Raney with the Air and Space Museum: "The transition of technology and warfare, all began at Pearl Harbor, connection we'll be making with our history, story of aviation evolution."
The new exhibit will open along with the new museum building sometime next year.