On August 13, 2016 Hangar 7 will come back to life as summer academic down time will end and the Air+Space Academy starts back in full swing. As this 2016/17 academic school year starts we will partner with the “Keep the Spirit of ’45 Alive” and be a stop on the Bowman Field tour as they highlight the history and contributions Bowman Field made during the WWII efforts. Labs will start at 8:30 and the tours will start rotating through at 9:30 a.m until around 5 p.m. This will be an exciting time to showcase to all visitors our students and the Aerospace program we have and show our projects! We look forward to seeing everyone back, seeing new faces and meeting new folks as well. For our students, watch for details of labs via email. For those wanting more information on “Keep Spirit of ’45 Alive” reservations & information please contact 502.228.5237.
Students from Taylor County HS at 2015 NWDC.
On May 14th, students from Air+Space Academies will descend upon Somerset, KY to participate in three aerospace competitions sponsored by the National Air and Space Education Institute (NASEI). Kellie Baker, manager of the Lake Cumberland Regional Airport is excited to host Air+Space Academy competitions for the 4th straight year. At this event, students will participate in three events: NASEI Wing Design Competition (aerospace engineering), NASEI Flight Competition (flight/aeronautics), and Unmanned Aerial Systems Operations Challenge (flight/aeronautics). Students have been busy designing wings, practicing flight sim profiles, and operating quad copters through obstacle course.
For more information, please contact NASEI at 502-452-9010.
After much anticipation, the 2016 NWDC Rules are ready for release. Please see the document linked below and direct any questions regarding the rules to me at:
Thank you for your patience and the NWDC web page at this site will be improved soon.
The Legacy of Flight will be held on Oct 22nd at Hangar 7. This is our annual awards and fund raising event for the National Air and Space Education Institute. Dorian Walker, who restored a 1917 Curtis Jenny with help from students in our Monroe Co HS Air+Space Academy, will be speaking about this project. The Jenny will also be here! There will also be a nice dinner and some entertainment as well as some exciting silent auction items. You do not want to miss this event! . Get your Legacy of Flight tickets here!
Students from Air+Space Academy schools have been flying all week. They have been introduced pre-solo skills and concepts and have been applying them in the aircraft all week. Air+Space Academy Flight Camp participants include 9 students, 3 instructors, 3 aircraft, 1 A&P mechanic, and 1 director. One student has soloed and the rest are right there…and we may have more depending on the weather today. Many thanks to Roger Quinn, Countrywide Flying Club, Louisville Aviation, and individual sponsors for helping us with camp.
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