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Galveston museum lands longtime Air Force veteran as CEO

His first to-do as he moves into his new position is to fundraise for the museum while it transfers into its new $35 million, 130,000-square-foot home at Houston’s Ellington Airport.

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To All Friends of LSFM, My wife, Teresa, and I are thrilled to join the LSFM family. As we left the Air Force in 2013 after many years of privileged service to our nation with many assignments and moves around the world, we decided San Antonio and Texas would be our long-term home. Our move to Houston now will be our 25th home in 36 years. I share that because the Board of Directors’ choice and our decision to be here reflects the importance we feel about the wonderful new museum and opportunity it presents to inspire the young people of Houston and surrounding area towards futures of promise, service and meaning.

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One of the cornerstone educational programs at the new Lone Star Flight Museum will be the Aviation Learning Center (ALC). The second such center in the country (The first is in Seattle’s Museum of Flight), the ALC will help teachers engage students via an interactive program that entertains and educates at the same time. The ALC’s experiential learning provides a fun, hands-on format that emphasizes critical thinking, scientific inquiry, problem solving and technical reading and writing skills.

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LSFM Wings Over Houston Preview Party - On Friday, October 21, the Lone Star Flight Museum board of directors hosted a preview of the 2016 Wings Over Houston Airshow at Ellington Airport before it was opened to the public. Guests enjoyed watching practices by the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, LSFM Warbirds, the Commemorative Air Force and a Tora! Tora! Tora! demo.