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
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
It has been a few days since I last posted, but that just means we are hard at work here at the Museum of Aviation. Fall is here, or so it seems in Middle Georgia anyway. Chilly morning temperatures and
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
Fall is almost here and the weather here in Middle Georgia has been incredible the past week. We may have another heat wave or two before Fall sets in but it is still much nicer outside than the sweltering months
For the third installment in our meet the staff series we are talking to Melissa Spalding. Melissa runs our education department and is great ambassador for the Museum of Aviation.
Job Title: Director of Education
Where are you originally from/What
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
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