I thought a few videos of the home-made variety would be a great way to end the week. One of our stated reasons for creating and maintaining this blog is to give readers a behind the scenes look at things
Last week we looked at some flags from the observation gallery on the third floor of the Eagle Building here at the Museum of Aviation. In part II of that post we will look at three flags from the
On the third floor of the Eagle Building here at the Museum of Aviation we have an observation gallery. It is a great place to take in the grounds, giving a unique view of many of our outdoor aircraft exhibits
Just a few notes of interest, links to interesting websites and some further reading for everyone today. Enjoy it!
– Pascal Le Deunff, the consul general of France in Atlanta, presented World War II veterans the Legion of Honor at
America has a rich tradition of stories being passed down through families and friends. Growing up, these stories often formed much of the basis of what was known about genealogy and history. There were tall tales, funny little insights and
I like to think that I know a little bit about aviation history. Granted, most if not all of what I know is self-taught. And it is a drop in the bucket when compared to the knowledge of some of
From time to time I like to ramble a bit. So the several sections that follow below are not necessarily all related, but happened to be on my mind today.
– It is that time of year again, when students
Working with veterans is one of the most rewarding aspects of my job here at the Museum of Aviation. The stories and experiences of these men and women are always interesting and often heart-wrenching. I grew up hearing these types
A while back, when we first started this blog, I promised to offer a meet the staff feature from time to time. This post will be the first such entry. It is our hope that the meet the staff feature
The Bone. That’s what its pilots and those close to it call it. I will never forget sitting in my high school administrative office, talking with an Air Force officer who flew the airplane. It was 1997, shortly after the