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Oct 06, 2017 Category: permanent exhibitions

Explore Colorado’s Aviation Legacy

Did you know that Harry Combs designed, built and flew his own airplane at the age of 16? That the University of Colorado used an F-101 fighter jet to “explore” thunderstorms? Or that Flight For Life Colorado was the nation’s first air ambulance service? Learn about these key aviation leaders and much more inside the museum’s newest permanent exhibit.

The exhibit features six vignettes that highlight key contributors to Colorado’s current aviation success through both written text and immersive video. Come explore “Stories from Colorado Skies”.

 


 

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 A special thank you to Terry Combs for his generous financial support and to John Fielder for his donation of the feature photo.