At The Museum, we are proud to educate and continue to learn about the incredible history in the area of aviation in the San Fernando Valley.
This history of Skunkworks and the brilliant aircraft that are still flying today, as in the U-2, 60 years after its first take off on August 1, 1955. Yes, that's right, 60 years and still going strong!
Enjoy this article in from the L.A. Times.
C'mon into The Museum to share your stories, experiences about aviation in the San Fernando Valley.
For those that are not bashful to tell their stories on video, we have a FREE oral history program. Please contact Lee Davis at lee.davis@TheMuseumSFV.org to learn how to submit application to participate. We are interested in your experiences relating to aviation.
If you, a family member, former colleague or friend worked in the aviation industry during WWII or at any other time and have artifacts, photos, videos, tapes and other items that you would like to donate to The Museum, please contact Gary Fredburg at 818-347-9665 or gary.fredburg@TheMuseumSFV.org.
To read and enjoy this entire article from The Los Angeles Times, click HERE.