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    Trailblazers: AETC honors first women pilots in Air Force history

    By Capt. Kenya Pettway, Air Education and Training Command Public Affairs / Published June 29, 2020 In 1975, the chief of staff of the Air Force announced the establishment of a test program for female pilots and navigators. Although women had already proven their ability to fly military aircraft, such as the WASPs had in

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    Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation

    Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation

    Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation July 3 at 5:26 AM   Delaware Aviation Museum Participates In U.S July 4th National Celebration Georgetown, Delaware — As part of our Country’s 4th of July National Celebration, Delaware’s Own World War II B-25 Bomber, “Panchito” will participate in a Heritage Flight over the White House during the afternoon ceremonies. Participating

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    DINWIDDIE AIRPORT HIGHLIGHTS

    Are you looking for a fun, educational, and unique aviation activity? Are you interested in aviation or how an airport works? Well, consider a tour of the Dinwiddie County Airport. Learn about the parts of an airport, daily operations, fueling, airport markings, aircraft, flying, and so much more! Bring a bag lunch and enjoy your

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    The Future Of Airport Design After COVID-19, According To An Airport Architect

    The Future Of Airport Design After COVID-19, According To An Airport Architect

    The Future Of Airport Design After COVID-19, According To An Airport Architect Suzanne Rowan Kelleher, Senior Contributor One major event can transform the air travel experience for years to come, recalls Ty Osbaugh, a principal and leader in Gensler’s aviation practice. Nearly two decades ago, on 9/11, the airport architect was in Chicago working on

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    NASA Names Headquarters After ‘Hidden Figure’ Mary W. Jackson

    NASA Names Headquarters After ‘Hidden Figure’ Mary W. Jackson

    NASA Names Headquarters After ‘Hidden Figure’ Mary W. Jackson June 24, 2020 NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine announced Wednesday the agency’s headquarters building in Washington, D.C., will be named after Mary W. Jackson, the first African American female engineer at NASA. Jackson started her NASA career in the segregated West Area Computing Unit of the agency’s

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    DOAV LAUNCHES YOUTUBE CHANNEL

    DOAV LAUNCHES YOUTUBE CHANNEL

    The agency started a channel on YouTube to function as another outlet to help with aviation education and safety outreach and awareness. The channel is called Virginia Department of Aviation and has the agency’s commercials uploaded for everyone to view. These commercials began running on television last November to help inspire the youth to consider

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