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Pride in the Pacific: Live Reenactment Shows Return at the National Museum of the Pacific War

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The National Museum of the Pacific War (NMPW) is bringing back fan-favorite reenactment series, Living History, now called Pride in the Pacific, starting March 12. The new format will feature an immersive, live show in which military reenactors recount American troops storming the beach from their landing craft and fight their way across the fortified Japanese positions. Tickets are $10 each for shows at 10:30am and 2pm on Saturday, March 12th and will continue in June, September and October 2022. Performances include blank firing weapons, explosives, and a demonstration of a M2-2 flamethrower.

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