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
Today a very unique aircraft was brought through the front gate of the Museum of Aviation. F-100D tail number 56-2995 arrived on the back of a tractor-trailer and was greeted by an old friend, retired Major General Rick Goddard. Goddard
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
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
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