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    THE MILITARY AVIATION MUSEUM IS OPEN, VA Beach, VA

    THE MILITARY AVIATION MUSEUM IS OPEN 9AM – 5PM DAILY Capacity and Social Distancing Restrictions have been lifted at the Museum in accordance with state guidance. Fully vaccinated visitors are not required to wear a face mask while visiting*. The Military Aviation Museum is home to one of the largest private collections of World War

    • June

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    To all current members of the Virginia Aeronautical Historical Society

    May 29, 2021 To all current members of the Virginia Aeronautical Historical Society: The following is your ballot for 2021 VAHS Board of Directors. Board members serve two-year terms and we stagger re-election of approximate 50% of the directors each year. There are nine Board members whose terms are expiring in 2021. Please print this

    • June

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    July 4th Weekend – Warbird Showcase, Culpeper Regional Airport

    July 4th weekend Warbird Showcase at our home base in Culpeper VA on Saturday and Sunday July 3 and 4 at the Culpeper Regional Airport. Featuring warbird rides in the iconic North American B-25 twin-engine twin-tail bomber Panchito. Warbird Rides in our Stinson L-5, PT-17 Stearman and TBM Avenger. Static displays of vintage aircraft including

    • June

      17

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    FAA ISSUES POLICY ON SOLAR PROJECTS ON AIRPORTS

    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) published a final policy aimed at ensuring that airport solar projects don’t create hazardous glare. The policy requires airports to measure the visual impact of such projects on pilots and air traffic control personnel. The policy applies to proposed solar energy systems at federally obligated airports with control towers. Federally

    • June

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    VAHS NNMP Members June Updates

    VAHS NNMP Members, The monthly luncheon for our Chapter this week, 17th, is canceled. However, it seems that conditions are changing and we are planning to resume our meetings in July. As usual, I will send updates each month regarding our meetings. Please see the attached letter (below) from our Chapter member and VAHS Board

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    The Shannon Air Museum’s Bellanca (NX237

    The Shannon Air Museum’s Bellanca (NX237) was salvaged from an Alaskan glacier in 1964. Here, it’s pictured on a flight shortly after restoration. You can see this aircraft and learn about why it’s called “Colombia” when you visit the Shannon Air Museum! https://www.facebook.com/Shannonairmuseum

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