Todays guest post is by Melissa Spalding, our Director of Education here at the Museum of Aviation. Enjoy it!
Many will describe the Museum of Aviation as a history museum, an aviation museum… maybe even a pretty cool place to
The Tuskegee Exhibit move is picking up speed. Yesterday the barracks building was moved out of Hangar One and into The Scott Hangar. I have always been fascinated by construction and heavy equipment so the actual move was very interesting
Happy April Fool’s Day! You won’t find any pranks here, although we do cover one below. It has been a busy time at the Museum of Aviation lately, which means that most recent posts have been a mix of links
Work continues here at the Museum of Aviation on many projects, including our move of the Tuskegee Exhibit and the conversion of Hangar One to a dedicated Southeast-Asia theme. Within the next few weeks I will have an update on
The history of Robins Air Force Base, as told through this museum and most official sources, is one devoid of much pain, loss and suffering. There is only limited acknowledgement here of the price of freedom that is paid by
From time to time, as we move forward with this blog, we hope to share short videos made right here at the Museum of Aviation. Sometimes, as is the case today, they will spotlight a specific artifact.
If you have
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.