24
Feb
10

Lady Peace II

We had seen the American Master’s Amelia Earhart and the recent Hollywood movie “Amelia” in the span of a week. In 1929, Earhart was among the first aviators to promote commercial air travel through the development of a passenger airline service. I had remembered that the Virginia Aviation Museum had an 1936 Vultee V1-AD when it first opened (what a beauty). I happen to be at airport today so I swung by museum and the staff was nice enough to let me do a quik panorama. All the staff seemed to have a passion and rich knowledge of aviation and were eager to share. What a wonderful place!

 

 

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