In a continuation of our summer movies, we throwback to 1986 again with a thriller that aviation enthusiasts will surely remember and love. The Navy had their time on the big screen and now it is time to experience some of the Air Force’s skillful flying as the Aviation History & Technology Center presents Iron Eagle.
Colonel Ted Masters was shot down and is being held hostage, but the unlikely pairing of Masters’ teenage son and another Air Force Colonel aren’t about to let it stay that way. Skillful flying and unmatched equipment contribute to a daring raid to save Colonel Masters. You will have to come out and see Iron Eagle to find out what happens next!
The movie begins at dusk but come out early to get up close with the 13 aircraft on site.
Please be advised that this is a showing of the full movie. The movie is officially rated PG-13. Some scenes and language may be inappropriate for younger viewers due to war violence and language.
Come sit under the stars and enjoy this great movie on the outdoor theater fueled by SA White Oil Company!