I’ve had the pleasure of being the Guided Tour Coordinator for the Museum of Aviation Education Department for nine years now!
I would have to say that my favorite part of the guided tours is taking groups into the C-130A
What in the World is a STEM Lab?
You might be wondering if we are testing plants in a new biology lab of some
sort….. That would be cool, but no, that is not the type of STEM Lab we
Where are you originally from/What do you consider your hometown: I am from Perry, GA.
Educational background: I graduated from Perry High School in 2009, and now I am studying history at Boston University.
What sorts of hobbies do you
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
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
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
I apologize for the lack of recent activity on the blog; changes in the Air Force network have left me with very limited access to the WordPress site and therefore hindered my ability to post here. It has also turned
Arthur has been doing such a great job with the Museum of Aviation Insider that I’ve been content to leave all the blogging to him. However, during the last few weeks I’ve been thinking so much about a particular helicopter
Although I introduced myself briefly in the very first post here I feel that since we started our Meet the Staff series I owe you a little more. Therefore I decided I would put myself in the hot seat and