Opened as the National D-Day Museum in 2000, the New Orleans-based venue has since established a front commemorating the war in the Pacific and is now known as the National WWII Museum. In keeping with its recently expanded mission, the museum decided last fall to refurbish its main Louisiana Memorial Pavilion with a new audiovisual system, suitable for exhibits and special events that take place under the wings of a torpedo bomber plane replica that is its signature aircraft. SoundWorks ...

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