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Topic - Gail Halvorsen
"It's important to have dialogue and to bring in the two sides of the pancake," said Col. Halvorsen, who was nicknamed the "candy bomber" for dropping chocolate bars to children during the Berlin Airlift in 1948.
Col. Halvorsen hopes the museum will educate younger generations that he said have a "deficit" of knowledge of the Cold War era.