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2nd Monday of each month at 7:00 pm.
Featuring a guest speaker.
Meetings are always open to the public.
May 8: Noble County Sheriff's Deputy Shafter Baker will speak at the Hoosier Air Museum at 7PM on Monday, May 8.
Shafter Baker was born in our own town of Auburn, IN., and lived in nearby St. Joe until he joined the US Army in 1984.
After Basic Training, Mr. Baker served in the US Army Military Police. He served as a Duty Officer,Team Leader, Squad Leader, Section Leader, Patrol Supervisor, Investigations Supervisor, Military Customs Supervisor, and Dog Handler and Supervisor. His deployments included Panama, Europe, and the Middle East.
Shafter retired from US Army service in 2005 and joined the Noble County, IN., Sheriff's Department. He has served as investigator, Desk Sergeant, Patrol Supervisor and Duty Officer, Dog Handler, Kennel Master, Customs Inspector, Firearms Instructor, and Drone Pilot while he has been with the Noble County Sheriff.
Mr. Baker has received specialty training as a Rescue Diver, EMT, Private Pilot, and Drone Pilot.
Shafter is currently a drone pilot for the Noble County Sheriff's Department which employs a state-of-the-art drone with visible and infrared cameras for search and rescue and search and capture missions.
Mr. Baker will discuss his varied and interesting career, including his recent work as the drone pilot, at the Hoosier Air Museum at 7PM on Monday, May 8.
You are invited to join us at the Hoosier Air Museum at 7PM on Monday, May 8, for this interesting presentation.
Admission to this special presentation is free and includes complimentary snacks and beverages.
We hope to see you here!
"The Ride of a Lifetime!" was flown on the beautiful evening of 9-14-2015 at the Hoosier Air Museum at the Auburn/DeKalb County Airport: CLICK HERE FOR UPDATED INFO
The "Golden Age Flight!" was flown on the beautiful evening of July 11, 2016, at the Hoosier Air Museum at the Auburn/DeKalb County Airport. Mr. Don Wilkinson of Northeastern Indiana was the lucky winner of the Golden Age Flight in the classic open-cockpit biplane! CLICK HERE FOR UPDATED INFO
April 26: Hoosier Air Museum charter member Mr. Bill Jones will be travelling to Washington D.C. as part of a Northern Indiana Honor Flight on Wednesday, April 26.
Bill will be returning to Fort Wayne at about 8:15PM that evening. We are organizing a 'flash mob' of Hoosier Air Museum members and friends to welcome Bill back home at the Fort Wayne International Airport.
Come on down to the arrivals gate at FWA a little before 8:15PM on Wednesday, April 26, and help us welcome Bill back home and help us thank him for his WWII service to our country!