Local photographers to showcase their airshow photography skills.
The F-15 today is an entirely new weapon. Learn about the legendary evolution.
The Missouri Aviation Historical Society is proud to announce a sneak preview event of ‘Fly Now: The Movie’ on Thursday October 15th, 2015! Filmmaker Brian K. Kissinger will be on hand to discuss his legendary flying career and miraculous recovery from brain cancer! The film will debut at a special premiere at the historical Hi-Pointe Theatre on October 17th at high-noon! Free admission and refreshments available. Learn more about the ‘Fly […]
MOAVHIST kicked off the new year with another anniversary, this time celebrating 40 years since the record breaking McDonnell Douglas F-15 ‘Streak Eagle’ flights, known for breaking eight time to climb records over a two week period in January 1975. Among the special attendees included former workers, family members, engineers, and Eagle pilots. The society was also payed a special visit by St. Louis Science Center representatives; President and CEO Bert Vescolani, Chief […]
This is a follow-up to the previous re-cap on our special November event, which celebrated the 60th anniversary of the McDonnell F-101 Voodoo. The Missouri Aviation Historical Society would like to thank Boeing Frontiers for attending our special event this past November.We are thrilled to collaborate with the cornerstone of Missouri aviation! The Boeing Company’s official story ‘Voodoo: Casting a spell for 60 years’ can be viewed on most media formats. In […]
From MOAVHIST member Joe Gurney: I recently presented a lecture/video presentation about the Thunderbirds History from 1953 through 2013, their beginning at Luke AFB just to the West of Phoenix, Az in May-June 1953. Their first public airshow flying the Republic F-84G Thunderjet was some 3 weeks later at Williams AFB, AZ just East of Phoenix and home of the former “Acrojets” demo team. The original team members included identical twin […]