13 Jan 2014 15:40
The Red Bull Stratos traveling exhibit continues this month in Dayton, OH at the National Museum of the US Air Force (NMUSAF). This unique tour stop is home to several artifacts from Colonel Joe Kittinger’s original gondola space missions; including the Stargazer and Project MANHIGH. Dating back to 1923, NMUSAF is one of the world’s oldest and largest military aviation museums with more than 360 aircrafts and missiles on display. It also is home to several Presidential aircrafts, including those used by Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, and Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Please join us from January 24, 2014 to March 16, 2014 to experience Red Bull Stratos and so much more. For information on the National Museum of the US Air Force, please visit: http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/ or take a virtual tour here: http://www.nmusafvirtualtour.com/full/tour-std.html
For one night only, The University of Dayton will host The Red Bull Stratos Leadership team in the Chudd Auditorium on January 24, 2014 from 3pm-5pm as they discuss the challenges and successes of this project. More details here: win.gs/Stratos
The lecture will feature:
Art Thompson- Technical Project Director
Jon Clark- Medical Director
Colonel Joe Kittinger- Director of Flight Operations And Safety
The Red Bull Stratos Exhibit will open on same day at the National Museum of the US Air Force (open free to the public daily from 9am-5pm).
Contact @RedBullOHIO for details!
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