Fighter Pilot: Operation Red Flag
SHOWTIMES: 12:00 pm & 2:00 pm
FIGHTER PILOT: Operation Red Flag offers aerial sequences never before seen on an IMAX® Screen. The film follows Captain John Stratton in his F-15 Eagle as he participates in Red Flag’s complex training. At Red Flag, the combat training exercise for air forces of The U.S. and allied countries, the world’s best pilots meet for the most challenging flying of their careers.
See it on the Giant Screen!
The IMAX® Naval Aviation Memorial Theatre is one of the largest IMAX® theatres in the world and has the largest screen in Florida. It took nearly two years to construct the theatre. The screen is 10 times larger than a traditional cinema screen, and fills the whole field of peripheral vision.
Made of a reflective and perforated vinyl, the screen is mounted taut over a scaffold frame containing 690 tons of structural steel and 1,990 cubic yards of concrete. The screen is 62 feet high and 82 feet wide with a frontal surface area of 5,084 square feet. The screen itself weighs over 600 pounds. The projector passes 70mm film at 24 frames per second over a 3-foot diameter rotor turning at 180 mph, projecting an image on the screen magnified 273 times the size of the film frame.
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* Discount admission applies to children ages 5 to 12 (ages 4 and under are free), senior citizens age 62 or older, military (active, reserve, or retired) and Naval Aviation Museum Foundation members.