Aviation historian Barbara Schultz is the author of several aviation books. Her newest work, “Flying Carpets, Flying Wings: A Biography of Moye W. Stephens” was the topic of interest June 21 for Aerotech NewsRadio.
Leigh Kelly, chairman of the Antelope Valley Chapter of the 99s, and Carol Reukauf, former chair, are featured in this week's show. During a live interview, Ms. Reukauf and Ms. Kelly discussed the history of the 99s, an association of women pilots, and membership today.
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.
Featured Guest: Dr. Laura Herman, Headmaster for the Palmdale Aerospace Academy. Dr. Herman discusses how the new charter school, which focuses on STEM education will have a positive impact on this aerospace-centered community.
Dr. Laura Herman, Principal at Highland High School, has been selected to serve as the Headmaster of the new Palmdale Aerospace Academy in Palmdale, Calif.