The Mid-Atlantic Air Museum puts on the Reading Air show at it's air field the 1st weekend of June. I've been to this show 3 times and it is great. No guns for sale (unless you haggle one from a re-enactor) but there is everything else- equipment, mags, t shirts, past and present. There's also a tent that claims to have every war movie ever made, if you can find a title they don't carry you get a movie for free. There is a WWII re-enactment battle, as well as static displays and weapons galore. Of course there are also air planes flying around, such as Avengers, Mustangs, C 47, Yak 9, B 25 and a British Lancaster bomber, just to name a few I remember. Lastly there are special guests, I've met R Lee Ermey, the guys from Band of Brothers an The Pacific (the real vets, not the actors), German Africa campaign veteran and author Gerard Hennes, a Luftwaffe ace, Mustang Ace "Bud" Anderson, a survivor of the Indianapolis sinking, the navigator of the "Enola Gay" and there are a lot more.
If you are a history buff, you must attend this show. I'm going on Saturday only, as of right now, unless I can find a baby sitter for Friday as well.
Anybody else going?