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2nd Monday of each month at 7:00 pm.
Featuring a guest speaker.
Meetings are always open to the public.
October 9: Mr. Jack Schultz will speak at 7PM at the Hoosier Air Museum.
Schultz was born and raised in Connecticut where he completed public
school in May of 1954. Jack developed an exemplary work ethic by
working nights in a factory during his high school years.
enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in January of 1955 because the draft was
running at the time and no one would hire him because he had not done
his military service and could be called up at any time.
Jack went through Basic Training at Samson Air Force Base in Geneva, New York. That base was closed shortly after his Basic.
completed Air Force Tech School in Cheyenne, Wyoming, in the automotive
repairman training program. After graduation he served his country on
the ground in Korea.
his service in the U.S. Air Force he retrained for service in missiles,
and then in the new technology of radio-relay. This experience
eventually led to his assignment as an instructor.
Jack was posted to Thailand during the Vietnam War. This is where he received his "S.E.A" credit.
his 20 years of service in the U.S. Air Force Jack was posted to many
parts of the world including the Orient, Europe, and the Far East.
has been on both sides of the 'pond' several times and has set food in
29 different countries, and has hit all 50 U.S. States.
He retired from the U.S. Air Force in 1975 with 20 years of service. Thank you for your service to our country Jack!
Jack went back to college after retiring from the Air Force and had a second career as a school teacher.
He has continued his service to our country by being involved in the leadership of the official auxiliary
of the U.S. Air Force - the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) for almost 39 years and counting.
are invited to join us for this interesting presentation that will
highlight Jacks 20 year career in the U.S. Air Force with service in
some 'interesting and challenging' locations throughout the world.
Please join us at 7PM, Monday, October 9, at the Hoosier Air Museum!
Admission to this special presentation is free and includes complimentary snacks and refreshments.
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
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"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