Alan Radecki, aerospace and flight test photographer for Northrop Grumman and author of A Mojave Scrapbook, was featured on Aerotech NewsRadio May 31. He shared how his experience as a professional photographer and passion for aviation history led to a rather unique blog, Vintage Air, which he began in September 2011.
Elementary school teachers Kim Cantrell, grade 6, and Michelle McCormack, grade 5, shared their experiences with the Mojave Intermediate Space Challenge on Aerotech NewsRadio June 7.
Kim Cantrell & Michelle McCormack, are elementary school teachers at Branch Elementary School. On this week's interview the educators share how the Mojave Intermediate Space Challenge (ISC) transformed the way their students look at Science and Mathematics.
(The following is an excerpt taken from Lisa Kinison’s “Pages from the Past” feature that airs as part of Aerotech NewsRadio on 1380 AM, Thursday mornings at 11 a.m. You can listen to the full broadcast or any of our other past broadcasts here.)Â Today, we start this segment off with a nice…
Featured Guest: Norman Andrews, director, William J. "Pete" Knight Veterans Home. Mr. Andrews explained to our listeners what it takes for a California veteran to qualify for residency at the veterans' home.
Dr. Santarelli and Mr. Bautista visited us to discuss their review of the first year of the engineering program and their hopes for the next year. For more information about the program visit www.ccpe.csulb.edu/Engineering.
Featured Guest: Flora Belle Reese, former WASP. Flora Belle fell in love with flying as a young girl. In this interview, she shares how that love of flight led to her becoming a Women's Air Force Service Pilot during World War II.
Featured Guest: Tony Frackowiak - AVTI vice president, treasurer, and safety officer. Tony visited us to talk to us about Antelope Valley Tailwinds, the premier Radio Control Aircraft Society in the Antelope Valley.