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Time Capsule at Halfway Mark

Posted by Senior Airman Sam Fogleman, 92nd Air Refueling Wing Public Affairs on April 27, 2016

Gathering dust in the old base dining facility of Geiger Field, now Spokane International Airport, is a World War II-era aerial bomb, welded shut in 1966, with unknown artifacts inside, "items typical of the 1960s." It now serves as a time capsule.

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Student Science Education Event a Great Success

Posted by Tobby Hatley on March 22, 2016

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Honor Point and the Michael P. Anderson Memorial Aerospace Program based at Seattle’s Museum of Flight were pleased with the tremendous turnout for our first ever educational program for 6th, 7th and 8th graders.

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Shop On-Line and Suppoport Honor Point

Posted by Tobby Hatley on January 19, 2016

Honor Point is pleased to announced a new program for all of our supporters.  This program allows you to book travel and shop online, earn cash back on each purchase and benefit Honor Point benefits as well!

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Larry Tobin: Honor Point’s Newest Board Member

Posted by Tobby Hatley on January 19, 2016

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Larry has been a long-time supporter of Honor Point Military & Aerospace Museum and does not hesitate to arrange for private aircraft – including his own 1942 Stearman “Kaydet” – to help promote Honor Point.

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Honor Point Space Takes Shape

Posted by Tobby Hatley on August 13, 2015

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Construction is progressing extremely well on what is planned to be Honor Point’s new home.

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Honor Point Lands at Felts Field

Posted by Tobby Hatley on May 27, 2015

The Honor Point Military & Aerospace Museum board of directors is soon expected to approve an agreement to lease space in a proposed new aviation complex at Spokane’s historic Felts Field.

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