MILLVILLE – A summer education program connecting high school teens to first-hand accounts of aviation and World War II history is taking off on a new direction.

Instead of canceling the 10-year program based at the Millville Army Air Field Museum, Millville Public Schools opted to shift from onsite to online, allowing them to comply with COVID-19 concerns.

“This year it is definitely more challenging because we would love to have them here,” said Lisa Jester, the museum’s executive director.

While lamenting they can’t invite students into the museum at the Millville Executive Airport., the program organizers say they are pleased they can now offer the free program to any high school