Last Saturday, my two oldest daughters and I went to a Laughing Pizza concert at the Cox Capitol Theatre in Macon. Laughing Pizza is a family band made up of the husband and wife team of Billy Schlosser and Lisa
Here are a few articles, videos and pictures that I have found interesting over the past week or so.
Life in Afghanistan goes on for many locals, despite the turmoil around them. This interesting picture taken from a U.S. Army
Bill Paul is the Collections Manager here at the Museum of Aviation. Aside from being a staff member at the Museum from its inception, Bill is one of the most knowledgeable people I know when it comes to military aircraft and related
There are certain events in a person’s lifetime that will forever mark the way they view the past and the future. These types of events are even more powerful when shared by a community, town, state or even nation.
Its time for another Meet the Staff post, this time featuring Karen Ross. There are plenty of exciting events that happen here, and often these serve as a gateway to introduce people to the Museum’s other services and offerings. Enjoy
This has been a shortened week due to the winter storm that hit the Middle Georgia area Sunday night. Days spent snowed in, or in this case iced in, are best spent catching up on reading, so here are a
First things first, Happy New year to everyone! I hope you enjoyed the holidays with friends and family and that this year brings you nothing but good times. Work is progressing on our update of Hangar One here at the
This past weekend I had the privilege to sit down with two gentlemen, both veterans of World War II, and conduct oral history interviews with them. I have written before about the importance of oral histories, but these were the
Here are few articles and picture blogs that I have found interesting over the past few days, enjoy the pictures and reading!
“The Big Picture is a photo blog for the Boston Globe/boston.com, entries are posted every Monday, Wednesday
Today a very unique aircraft was brought through the front gate of the Museum of Aviation. F-100D tail number 56-2995 arrived on the back of a tractor-trailer and was greeted by an old friend, retired Major General Rick Goddard. Goddard