September 2, 2020 | In the News

Museum of Flight (Seattle) Is Reopening!

The Museum of Flight begins a phased reopening to the general public on Sept. 5-7 Labor Day Weekend, following two days of Museum Member previews. The […]

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The National Museum of the Marine Corps Reopens!

The National Museum of the Marine Corps will reopen to the public September 8th, after closing temporarily in March due to COVID-19. With enhanced health and safety […]

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August 30, 2020 | In the News

Stealth comes to life. F-117 Nighthawk and Predator UAV now on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, ay Hill AFB

There’s a lot going on a Hill Aerospace Museum. Designed to evade enemy radar and very much a part of the  1991 Desert Storm liberation of […]

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“An absolute gem of aviation history displayed in an impeccable environment.”

“My first taste of aviation came from an early childhood visit to the National Air and Space Museum. I still to this day have the picture […]

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July 22, 2020 | Destinations, In the News

Brighten this Friday with the romance of the Lafayette Escadrille

Poster art from the forthcoming movie. Few names in aviation history have the romance and mystique of the Lafayette Escadrille, the “founding squadron of American aviation […]

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July 21, 2020 | Experts, In the News

“A profoundly emotional experience that truly connects you with history”

Skip, an entrepreneur with a love of warbirds and museums, is seen here at Pearl Harbor with WWII top ace Col. Bud Anderson.  Skip and Bud […]

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July 17, 2020 | Destinations, In the News

A unique new perspective on Pearl Harbor

A relic from the USS Arizona on display at the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, removed from the wreck in 1962 during construction of the iconic memorial […]

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