Youth programs taking off at the museum.

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Consolidated NY-2 Aircraft used to perfect blind flying by only instruments. The outstanding development in aviation recently, and one of the most significant so far in aviation history was the ‘blind’ flight of Lieut. James H. Doolittle, daredevil of the Army Air Corps, at Mitchel Field, L. I., which led Harry P. Guggenheim, President of the Daniel Guggenheim Fund for the Promotion of Aeronautics, Inc. to announce that the problem of fog-flying, one of aviation’s greatest bugbears, had been solved at last.

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Stop by the museum this weekend and see our new additions and children receive a free coloring book.

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Members of the Wing and Rotor RC Club conducting classes on building radio controlled airplanes at the museum.

via Niagara Aerospace Museum’s Facebook Page.

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Congradulations to Col. Walter O. Gordon, USAF retired. Col. Gordon has been elected the new President of the Museum Board of Trustees. We would also like to thank G. Wayne Hawk who served as Board President for his many years of guidance and service to the Museum.

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It’s cold outside, a great time to visit the Niagara Aerospace Museum. Come and see our 2 newest aircraft on display. Plan a field trip for the school children, a great outing for veteran and retiree’s, and a great way to spend the afternoon with the grandchildren. If you would like to schedule a group tour, please call the museum office at 716-297-1324 to schedule your event.

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