New Diorama For Early Aviation Hangar • Bellanca’s & Lindbergh • Aerial Reconnaissance Article • The Museum’s Reconnaissance Inventory
A Lot of Wright During the Unprecedented 2020
Aviation Hall of Fame – Sumpter Smith ANG Base • Blue Skies & Tailwinds – William Barnes • A New Look for the Aero L-39C • The Bushby Mustang • Before the Memphis Belle
December 1, 2020
Charles A. “Chief” Anderson – “Father of Black Aviation”
Alabama Happenings Tuskegee Airmen • Quarter and Making AWI Happen • Alabama Aviation Hall of Fame • Double Victory
February 1, 2021
March 23, 2023
March 2023 Flight Lines

Flight Lines March 2023

March 11, 2022
March 2023 Flight Lines

Women’s History Month

Women’s Veteran’s Memorial
February 1, 2022

Remembering Birmingham’s Richard Macon

On a bet, Richard Macon, a Birmingham native andgraduate of Miles College in Fairfield, AL with abachelor’s degree in mathematics, took the entranceexams for the U. […]
January 1, 2022

Remembering Walter Ray, CIA Pilot
Tragic Crash of an Lockheed A-12 • A New Blackbird? Air America CIA Pilot • Visits Museum

n January 5, 1967, a sister-ship of our museum’sLockheed A-12 (Article 131) was returning from atraining flight to the now well-known CIA’s advancedaviation research facility base […]
December 1, 2021

Wright Flyer Monument at Maxwell AFB
Birmingham’s 150th Anniversary • Wright Brothers Day The Third USS Birmingham • A Year of Transformation • The Watch That Came In From The Cold

Wright Brothers Day commemorates the first successful flight of the Wright Flyer I, heavier-thanair powered aircraft built by Orville and Wilbur Wright. It took place on […]

Aerial reconnaissance began using balloons in 1794 by the French. After the invention of photography, primitive aerial photographs were made from balloons.

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