The Empire State Aerosciences Museum, located at 250 Rudy Chase Drive in Glenville, will hold its monthly Fly-In Breakfast on Saturday, November 20th, from 8:30 am to 10:30 am. [Read more…] about 1940s Gas Turbine Development at Aerosciences Museum
Empire State Aerosciences Museum
Vermont Aviation Historian Brian Lindner will present a talk about Vermont’s most infamous air disaster , the B-24 Liberator Bomber that crashed on Camel Hump Mountain and killed nine Air Force crewmen while on a training mission in 1944.
Lindner has researched this particular crash extensively, as well as other aviation related crashes in Vermont. [Read more…] about B-24 Bomber Crash on Camel Hump Mt, VT Presentation
The Empire State Aerosciences Museum, located at 250 Rudy Chase Drive in Glenville, will hold its monthly Fly-In Breakfast on Saturday, September 18th, from 8:30 am to 10:30 am. [Read more…] about Fly-In Breakfast Program on NYS Police Aviation on 9/11
The Empire State Aerosciences Museum (ESAM), located at 250 Rudy Chase Drive in Glenville, Schenectady County, NY has announced that Fly-In Breakfasts have returned to the Museum. Breakfasts will be held on Saturdays from 8:30 to 10:30 am in the Community Room. [Read more…] about Fly-In Breakfasts Are Back At Scotia Aerosciences Museum
The Empire State Aerosciences Museum in Glenville has announced three classes for students age 8-15 years old, focused on the history of aviation and how planes fly. [Read more…] about Introductory Aviation History, Mechanics Classes
The Empire State Aerosciences Museum is a one-of-a-kind cultural resource located at the Schenectady County Airport in the Town of Glenville, at the site of the former General Electric Flight Test Center.
Dedicated to interpreting aviation, particularly as related to New York State, the museum offers visitors a variety engaging and educational experiences, including interpretive exhibits, a spectacular collection of restored aircraft, the State’s largest aviation library and an airpark with over 20 aircraft. [Read more…] about Empire State Aerosciences Museum Reopening
When the US entered World War II, 50,000 Coast Guard Auxiliary members joined the war effort as military teams. Many of their private vessels were placed into service in an effort to protect the U.S. There are presently 26,000 members who work by sea and air to ensure the public’s safety.
The Empire State Aerosciences Museum and Schenectady County Community College have joined together to host a Young Aviators Class. [Read more…] about Young Aviator Classes At Aerosciences Museum
The Empire State Aerosciences Museum has announced they will be open during the winter break, Tuesday – Friday, February 18 – February 21 from 10 am to 4 pm. The week will include classes and tours of the museum. [Read more…] about Aerosciences Museum Offering Winter Programs
Unmanned aircraft have a history dating back to the years before the Second World War. The recent discovery of a naval officer’s dog tags revealed the little-known story of a top-secret drone squadron that flew missions against the Japanese in the South Pacific during the Second World War. The effort to return the dog tags to the officer’s family uncovered personal photographs and films, as well as a mystery of three missing-in-action pilots and a surprising coincidence. [Read more…] about US Navy’s Secret Drone Project in WWII Talk Set