Nancy Miller, Northern Neck-Middle Peninsula Chapter Autumn 2021 In July, August and September of 2021 the NN-MP Chapter hosted recorded presentations on Igor Sikorsky, The Great Electric Airplane Race, and artist/aviator/photographer Gordon Campbell’s beautiful low and slow aerial photos of the Chesapeake Bay’s wetlands, shorelines and the water-based commerce and small towns of our region*.
Annual Membership Dues for 2022 Due Now Hello All, We hope this email finds you well. To keep our members, guests and speakers safe we are pausing the NN-MP Chapter’s Monthly meetings during the current pandemic surge. We expect the surge to be brief and will send you just one single monthly notice, each month,
Hello, friends ! As I sit down to write, we are approaching the Thanksgiving and Christmas season. Another year has nearly passed us by! We just finished our 2021 Virginia Aviation Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, and it was a great event! I am thinking about 2022 and wondering what it has in store for
For a number of years I have been involved in an enjoyable and challenging airplane building project with two close friends, Bill Hadden, formerly of the Wright Experience and now with the Preservation and Restoration Unit at the NASM Udvar-Hazy center and Mike Dale, retired president of Jaguar USA. Recently, my hangar mate and neighbor,
Charlie A. Kulp Sr-His Last Flight by Paul Sullivan 11/17/21 revised for VAHS Charlie Kulp, a legend among aerial performers and master of stick and rudder flying in his signature yellow Piper J3 Cub, passed away quietly Oct. 17, 2021 in Bassett, Va. He was 96. It seems an understatement to call Kulp a legend
Melvin N. Gough • Hampton, VA • Inducted: 1978 Inducted in 1978, Melvin N. Gough began his career as a mechanical engineer at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (later NASA) in 1926 at Langley Field, Virginia. In 1929, he became a NACA experimental engineer-test pilot, and by 1943 he was appointed Chief of the