Anyone interested in a flight to Mojave Transportation Museum to for their "Plane Crazy" monthly event?
11A.M. MASP Board Room, Limited Seating
Robert E. Curry, retired Chief Scientist at NASA’s DrydenFlight Research Centerwill present Exploring the underlying physics of atmospheric flight with experimental aircraft is a concept largely invented by NACA through its involvement in the early X-planes, retired Chief Scientist at NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center will present "Exploring the underlying physics of atmospheric flight with experimental aircraft is a concept largely invented by NACA through its involvement in the early X-planes"
Grab your buddies and fly down to KHMV to see the talk and enjoy the museum.
See you there!
Ever wonder what the internals of an aircraft engine look like? Want to see how to take apart an engine? We will be doing an engine tear-down of a Lycoming O320, with the assistance of Justin Howard . This will be happening at the hangar on Tuesday March 3rd from 5:00-7:00.
The National EAA organization offers several scholarships for flight training. The Harrison Ford scholarship application deadline is January 31st. For more details on scholarships go to: www.eaa.org/en/eaa/aviation-education-and-resources/eaa-youth-education/eaa-aviation-scholarships/eaa-flight-training-scholarships
At the January meeting, chapter member, Charles Eldridge announced that the Rotary Club of Santa Cruz is currently taking applications for its Vocational Scholarship program. This program was established to assist students enrolled in an approved vocational or technical program of study. Scholarship awards are intended to assist students evidencing financial need and the desire to continue education or training. One of the vocations that is supported is aviation.
For more information, see www.santacruzrotary.org/pdf/VocationalSholarships.pdf
Deadline for applications is March 15th, 2015