Listed below are several upcoming or past events of interest to Aviation Enthusiasts.
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Pat Macha 'Broken Wings'
Sunday, Aug. 3, 2003
8PM on The History Channel
(Ed. Note: Check local listings for Broken Wings,
It has aired a few other times since Aug 3)
In Broken Wings, historian and adventurer Pat Macha introduces viewers to the world of aviation archaeology, bringing to life once-majestic planes and the men and women who flew them. Airplane wrecks that remain undisturbed for years provide us with a sobering opportunity to consider the power of nature and the mistaken judgments of man," Macha says. Teaming up with forensic experts and aviation authorities, Macha goes inside crash sites and pieces together the puzzle behind the twisted metal.
Course in Aviation Archaeology
Craig Fuller of AAIR presents Aviation Archaeology
Feb. 21 and 22 or Mar. 6 and 7th, 2003
AAIR's 2004 Aviation Archaeology Course - The course is designed to give the general novice an overview of aviation archeology, yet still provide the expert with new ideas to improve their research, search, and documentation techniques. The course includes two nights lodging at (hotel equivalent to Courtyard Marriott still looking into), transportation to and from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, transportation to and from the hotel and crash sites, lunch both Saturday and Sunday and course handouts.