The Museum of Aviation is always bustling and busy with visitors, students from all over the state, and guests who come for special events. This summer, however, is proving to be an exceptionally busy one for the museum. In addition
This guest blog was submitted by: Janell Perry
On March 23, 2016, the Museum of Aviation hosted Crow’s Nest – a Dixie Crow’s Event. The Crow’s Nest – a Dixie Crow’s Event consisted of 3 classrooms, each doing something different.
This blog was submitted by a Dinner Theatre Guest!
By: Janell Perry
On Friday February 19th, I attended Murder at the Juice Joint Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre at the Museum of Aviation. When I arrived at Hanger One, it felt
The Museum of Aviation Foundation honored 5 middle school students March 17, 2016 as winners in the 2016 Skyscapes Poster Contest.
The winners were:
1st Place Audrey Westray
2nd Place Ada Bergstrom
3rd Place Alyssa Bonifacia
4th Place Hunter
We received another wonderful write up about our Night at the Museum event that we wanted to share with everyone. Thank you again to all of our volunteers and employees that made that event such a success! It was definitely
Today and tomorrow are the 25th anniversary of 16 world altitude and time-to-climb records set by pilots Jerry Hoyt and Ron Williams in the museum’s Lockheed U-2C “Dragon Lady” reconnaissance aircraft, serial number 56-6682. The records, set on 17 and
Note: Part 1 was published on August 3, 2012.
The ceremony on June 18, 2012 was two-fold. The first part consisted of decorating Technical Sergeant Barry R. Duffield for his bravery on the Explosives Ordnance Disposal Team of the 116th
While I am a New Media volunteer for the Museum of Aviation, I still consider myself an outsider, especially in light of the ceremonies that take place at the museum. I have never dealt directly with the ceremonies, never set
I attended the Robins Air Force Base Air Show this year, as I have almost every year it has been held. For most of my 32 years I have lived in the shadow of Robins, and have always enjoyed watching
This morning the Museum of Aviation dedicated a large model of an F-15E Strike Eagle that was donated by the Boeing Company. The model has a six-foot wingspan and looks really cool. It is now mounted on a pole by