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Secure your seats at the 2022 NAHF Enshrinement

the 2022 National Aviation Hall of Fame Enshrinement Dinner & Ceremony is selling out!

Join us in the Birthplace of Aviation

Dayton, OH will be at the heart of one of the biggest aviation events of the year…the National Aviation Hall of Fame’s 58th Annual Enshrinement Dinner and Ceremony presented by MedAire. For our 2022 event, we are planning a limited reception at the historic Dayton Arcade on September 23rd and the main event on September 24th, “under the wings” at the National Museum of the USAF.

The Class of 2020:

Eugene Bullard

Max Faget

Joan Sullivan Garrett

Dick Gordon

Paul Kaminski


The Class of 2022:

Willa Brown

Joe Clark

Jerrie Mock

Margaret Hamilton

Story Musgrave


It’s not only an event to attend and mingle with our confirmed Enshrinees (to date)- Cirrus Aircraft co-founder Dale Klapmeier, NASA Astronaut Bob Crippen, 15th CSAF Ron Fogleman, Top Gun Hoot Gibson, Shuttle Commander Eileen Collins, Former NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, and celebrated pilots and educators John & Martha King.

It's also a night to join a growing list of industry leaders, including Cirrus Aircraft, GE Aviation, MillionAir, Rolls-Royce LibertyWorks, NBAA, and GAMA, and help us honor aviation’s legends!


Need some insight on Enshrinement?

Check out these highlights from our last two events

2018 Washington

DC2019 Denver, CO




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About The National Aviation Hall of Fame- Formed through an Act of Congress in 1964, the National Aviation Hall of Fame (NAHF) is dedicated to honoring America’s aerospace pioneers. Considered by many to be a true national treasure, the NAHF serves as the only Congressionally-chartered aviation hall of fame and works tirelessly to confidently promote the vision, innovation, skill, and courage of the national heroes who lent their genius to further our nation’s aerospace legacy.


Founded and based in Dayton, OH, the NAHF is committed to informing the public of American aviation heroes, their accomplishments, and their impact on advances in aviation from Early Flight to Space Travel. The NAHF strives to create a distinctive educational resource that will inspire future generations to appreciate our nation’s extraordinary aviation heritage and the men and women who created it.


National Aviation Hall of Fame

1100 Spaatz Street, Dayton, OH 45433

https://www.nationalaviation.org

937-256-0944


 

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