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Military Aviation Museum in Virgina Beach Shows B-17G Flying Fortress

The museum’s newly acquired B-17G Flying Fortress ‘Chuckie” is scheduled to arrive on Saturday afternoon 22nd January 2011. It is to fly from Meacham Field (KNFW) in Fort Worth, Texas, to the museum airport (42VA) at Virginia Beach (1,079 nautical miles). Ray Fowler, Chief Pilot of the Liberty Foundation’s B-17 and also pilot for some […]

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Kemp Auto Museum 2011 Events – Car Shows Exhibits and Automobile Events

Kemp Auto Museum 2011 Events – Car Shows Exhibits and Automobile Events

Since opening in the Chesterfield Valley in April of 2005, the Kemp Auto Museum has seen thousands of visitors tour the museum. The Kemp Auto Museum collection is built from one of the finest and extensive private collections of classic Mercedes automobiles in the world, and includes the acclaimed coupe, cabriolet, sports car and sedan […]

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Museum of Flight Lecture Unravels the Forensics of  Airplane Crashes

Museum of Flight Lecture Unravels the Forensics of Airplane Crashes

Evening lecture and book signing with George Bibel On Jan. 20, the Museum offers an evening lecture and book signing with author George Bibel. The presentation will show how crash investigators use physics, aerodynamics and mechanical engineering to crack the mysteries of an accident and how resulting safety recommendations are incorporated to make flying safer. […]

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National Museum of Computing to Recreate EDSAC

A working replica of the first fully operational stored-program computer has been commissioned by the Computer Conservation Society (CCS) in recognition of the achievements of the pioneering computer scientists at Cambridge University in the 1940s, to inform the general public about Britain’s illustrious computer heritage and to inspire future students of engineering and computing. The […]

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