STEAM For Students — Soar Into Learning & Earn Your Warhawk Wings!

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It’s no secret technology plays a crucial role in our everyday lives and the Warhawk team has been trying to leverage that technology in a fun, educational, and interactive for students.

Posted On: October 30, 2020

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Profiles in Courage: Joe and Betty Oberst’s Legacy

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A supporter of the Warhawk Air Museum since its founding, Joe Oberst was instrumental in introducing the Veterans History Project to the Museum.

Posted On: September 30, 2020

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Profiles in Courage: Betty Oberst

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Inspired by Eleanor Roosevelt, Betty Oberst joined the Red Cross in 1943 and had many adventures while setting up and running clubs in China.

Posted On: August 13, 2020

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Profiles in Courage: Nat Adams

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Rescued from the ocean after his plane was hit by debris from a bombed Japanese ship, Nat Adams repaid the favor to another downed pilot–Lt. (j.g.) George H.W. Bush.

Posted On: July 2, 2020

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Profiles in Courage: Eugene Zimmerman— A Vietnam Diary

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Christian Zimmerman, son of Maj Eugene Zimmerman, shares selected excerpts from his father’s Vietnam diary, providing insights and sketches from his service at the Da Nang Airbase.

Posted On: June 18, 2020

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Profiles in Courage: Archie Dean “Don” Mull

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Born to a hard life in Oklahoma during the dust bowl and unable to find work, Archie Mull joined the US Army Air Corps, where his gunnery career ended with a stay in a German prisoner of war camp until the end of WWII.

Posted On: June 3, 2020

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