Mojave to Go Plane Crazy on Saturday

plane_crazy_saturdayMojave Air & Space Port
Saturday, Feb. 15
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

This is a historical aircraft display day and free family ‘educational’ event – kids are especially welcome!

Local area pilots will display their unique one-of-a-kind and historic aircraft!

Bring your camera, take lots of photos and visit with some of Mojave Airport’s famous pilots!

Fly in and display your aircraft and enjoy visiting with people who speak aviation!

If the weather permits our booths to be outside, aircraft, space collectibles and artworks will be available for sale and viewing. If weather is too cold, windy or rainy, there will be no booths – BUT we will display aircraft!

Breakfast and lunch is available in the Voyager Restaurant. Opens 8 a.m.!

Everyone is welcome to stroll through Legacy Park where replicas of SpaceShipOne and the Voyager are on display.

Walk in traffic enter through Voyager Restaurant.

Wen Painter will be on hand in the Voyager Restaurant to sign Tax-exempt forms for pilots!

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Dr. Robert Ferguson
Historical Perspective of NASA’s First A – “The Evolution of NASA’s Aeronautical Research”
Mojave  Board Room
11 a.m.

On behalf of the NASA History Office, Dr. Ferguson completed a manuscript on the history of NASA’s aeronautics research. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Program in the History of Science and Technology. He taught at the Hong Kong University of Science & Technology and was awarded the university-wide medal for distinguished teaching. He was the 2003 Ramsey Fellow in Naval Aviation History at the National Air and Space Museum. His other principal area of research is World War II American aircraft manufacturing.