Douglas A-20 Havoc - Lone Survivor
Of the more than 7,000 Douglas A-20 Havocs built for U.S. and Allied forces during World War II, just a handful survive, and, as far as we know, only one flies — and it came to EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2017.
In Aviation History
Happy Birthday Wilbur Wright
The Wright brothers: Their names are synonymous with flight. After years of patient experimentation, they brought the world into the age of airplanes. We remember Wilbur with thanks on the 150th anniversary of his birth.
AirVenture 2017 - Apollo Space Program
This year at AirVenture, we honor the heroes and American icons of the Apollo space program as we commemorate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 1
A B-29 Ride 70 Years In The Making
We salute two Women Airforce Service Pilots, who flew military aircraft in WWII, as they go back in time on Boeing's FIFI during AirVenture 2016.
Speaker Series - Jerry McLaughlin: B-17 Restoration Project
Jerry McLaughlin walks us through the amazing efforts to restore the iconic B-17 Flying Fortress, “City of Savannah.” This B-17 is proudly displayed at the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force in Georgia.
Gene Kranz: 2016 Wright Brothers Memorial Banquet Keynote Speaker
Gene Kranz visited the EAA Museum December 2016 to speak about his experience as lead flight director on the Apollo 13 mission. Gene and his team, along with the astronauts, were awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
The Last Helicopter Out of Saigon
Bob Caron, a former U.S. Army aviator who flew for the CIA’s covert airline, Air America, spoke at the EAA Aviation Museum on March 15, 2018 as part of our Aviation Adventure Speaker Series.