The Fargo Air Museum will be hosting the first “Veterans Story Preservation Day” Monday, February 6, 2023. Every veteran has a story worth being told. Help the Fargo Air Museum preserve history for generations to come by participating in a 30-minute audio and/or visual recorded video. Veterans of all branches and conflicts are invited to tell their stories.
The interviews will be conducted in a private setting by the Fargo Air Museum Collections Manager, Max Sabin. Max has four years of interviewing experience and is well-versed in military history. If you or someone you know is interested in sharing your story and preserving it for generations to come, reserve your time today. Call 701-293-8043 to schedule.
“The Fargo Air Museum sees countless veterans and their families come through the Museum on a yearly basis,” said Max Sabin, the museum’s collections manager. “The Veteran’s Story Preservation Day aims to sit down with those remarkable veterans for a brief conversation and have their stories saved for many years to come. The interviews will be compiled and saved in the Fargo Air Museum’s archives and can be used for research and remembrance of the conflicts and experiences that our veterans lived through.”