Lunch at Mary Mahoney's
Hurricane Hunter's Tour
Thursday, March 5, 2020
Within the coastal city of Biloxi, you’ll find one of the oldest homes in America. The historic home was constructed in the 1700s when the French occupied the Gulf Coast. By the 1960s, the home had been transformed into the renowned restaurant Mary Mahoney’s and became lovingly known as the Old French House. At Mary Mahoney’s you will enjoy an upscale and elegant lunch served in one of the South’s most unique restaurants. For more than 50 years, presidents, dignitaries, celebrities, and millions of others have experienced the rich history and legendary cuisine of this culinary treasure.
After dining in this landmark restaurant, you will travel to Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, Mississippi to gain knowledge from the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, also known as the Hurricane Hunters of the Air Force Reserve. Information will be revealed by the brave men and women who fly directly into a tropical system to provide us with real-time weather data that is sent directly to the National Hurricane Center via satellite communications. This excursion culminates with a tour inside a U.S. Air Force Reserve WC-130J hurricane hunter aircraft.
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