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 2021 AFNOA REUNION scheduled for 21-23 September 2021– SIGN UP INFO will appear in the July 2021 edition of DR AHEAD!

The 2021 AFNOA Reunion will be held on Tuesday through Thursday,
September 21 through 23, 2021, in Fort Worth, Texas.
–It will be held at the Radisson Hotel, 2540 Meacham Blvd.,
Fort Worth, Texas 76106. Phone (817)-769-4023
–The room rates for our Reunion is $129.00 per night, plus tax.
Breakfast included in room rate. Self parking is complimentary.
–Call the Radisson Hotel directly at 817-769-4023 no later than
August 15, 2021 to make hotel reservations.
Mention you are with the Air Force Navigators Observers Association
Reunion to receive the group room rate. This group rate is also
available for three days before and after the reunion dates (based on
room availability at the hotel).
–Reunion Schedule:
—Tuesday, September 21st: Registration and Hospitality Room, No-Host Cocktails, and Dinner or/Buffet.
—Wednesday, September 22nd: Board Meeting, Membership Meeting, Hospitality Room, No-Host Cocktails, Banquet Dinner.
—Thursday, September 23rd: 
Planning a tour of the F-35 plant for attendees interested in the tour.
The Commerative Air Force is located at Dallas Executive Airport in Dallas TX.
The Registration Form will be printed in the JULY 2021 DR AHEAD. 


Fort Worth Stock Yards
A stroll through the Fort Worth Stockyards Historic District, established in 1866, brings
visitors back to the old west. This location was once a major stopover for cattle drivers
on the Chisholm Trail. It is now home to shops, museums, and restaurants. You can catch
live shows and rodeos in this neck of the woods, as well.

National Cowgirl Museum and Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame
The west is known for cowboys and cowgirls from the past and present. The National Cowgirl Museum and
Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame illustrate the pride of Fort Worth. Full of memorabilia and information on
the cowboys and cowgirls of yesteryear, the sites depict past rodeos and the culture of the Old West,
as well as the western world of today.

Fort Worth Botanic Garden
Spanning over 109 acres, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden has been showing off its beauty to visitors since
1934. This awe-inspiring mesh of colors and textures features more than 2500 species of plants and
23 gardens. Japanese gardens, rose gardens, and even a rainforest conservatory provide tourists and
locals with a mesmerizing experience. Don’t pass up walking over the Koi pond on the incredible arched bridge.

Fort Worth Zoo
Walking through the Fort Worth Zoo, established in 1909, is perhaps one of the most entertaining
ways to spend a day. Among the zoo’s residents are more than 68 endangered species. Visit the great
apes, rhinos, African lions, meerkats, giraffes, hippos, and elephants. Kids will love the country
carousel and train, too.

Fort Worth’s city center buzzes day and night with people, energy and opportunity. It’s one of the most
walkable urban areas you’ll find anywhere – the perfect place to soak up the excitement and friendly
ambiance of Fort Worth. The heart of downtown is Sundance Square, a 35-square-block shopping and
entertainment district where charming, beautifully restored buildings stand alongside glittering
skyscrapers. Here, you’ll find locals, downtown residents and visitors among a multitude of restaurants,
shops, galleries and performance venues.

Fort Worth Water Gardens
One of the most interesting places in downtown Fort Worth is the Water Gardens near the Convention Center.
Travelers can cool off in the multiple, contrasting falls. The space is enclosed by beautiful,
shade-giving trees and even features a dedicated wading area. The meditation pool provides a peaceful
place to rest among the cypress trees.

Vintage Flying Museum
The Vintage Flying Museum located at Meacham International Airport is full of aircraft from years past,
such as the WWII DC3 and a B-29 Superfortress. The large collection of planes is accessible to visitors,
along with educational information. The museum is a great experience for all ages.

3300 Ross Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76106-3646
Region: Stockyards
Phone: (855) 733-8627
The Fort Worth Aviation Museum tells the story of the aviation heritage and accomplishments in North Texas
since 1911. Its collection of 24 warbirds dates from 1943 to the present and features a US Navy Blue Angel
F/A-18 Hornet in the outdoor display. The museum’s indoor displays include the B-36 Peacemaker and
Forward Air Controllers Museums, a T-38 cockpit simulator and computer flight simulators.
Friendly guides assist all visitors with personalized tours and a gift shop is also available.
Active duty military and their families visit free of charge. Hours: Wednesdays from 9 AM to 4 PM,
Saturdays from 9 AM to 5 PM and Sundays from 11 AM to 5 PM.
Admission is $5 for adults, $1 for kids ages 6 to 16, under 6 free and $10 for families.