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Discover Your Future in Aviation - 2015

Honolulu, HI – Saturday, March 7 was all about aviation and the careers available in aviation as Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor presented its 6th  Discover Your Future in Aviation event 9:30am to 4:00pm.

More than 600 attended the event which featured 38 exhibit and activities booths, helicopter fly ins from the Marines and Coast Guard, remote control aircraft demonstrations by the Birds of Paradise Remote Control Flying Club, hands-on activities, career information, open cockpits, interactive science exhibits, and a scavenger hunt. Guests climbed into the cockpits of some of history’s greatest aircraft and took photos in authentic flight gear.

“Destinations & Dreams” - 8th Anniversary Dinner Gala

 
 
Destinations & Dreams
8th Anniversary Dinner Gala
Saturday, December 6th, 6:00 - 10:00 PM
 
The public is invited to attend a gala evening of dining and entertainment with military, civic, and community leaders in the hangars of Ford Island as Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor celebrates its 8th Anniversary on Saturday, December 6, 6:00 to 10pm. Themed “Destinations & Dreams,” the evening is the Museum’s annual fundraiser for its Education and Restoration projects.
 

If you and your guests have base access to Ford Island and would like to attend this event please contact Carol Greene
at 808-441-1006 or Carol.Greene@PacificAviationMuseum.org

Press release available here.

Royal Australian Air Force Gifts F-111C

Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor welcomed the General Dynamics F-111C jet (serial number A8-130) to its collection of vintage and high performance aircraft. A gift from the Royal Australian Air Force, the jet is one of seven airframes being released to civilian institutions, the only one being gifted outright, and the only one being given outside Australia. Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor Executive Director Kenneth DeHoff has made it one of his projects over the last three years to ensure that the Museum receives this famed aircraft upon its retirement.

The aircraft arrived at Hickam Air Field of Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in three shipments. Members of the RAAF accompanied the fuselage on the final flight aboard a C-17 and reassembled the aircraft. 

More information available here.

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