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October 7 | 9:30am - 3:30pm: B-25 Champaign Gal Display at Portsmouth, Ohio (KPMH)
October 10 | 2:00pm: Free Lecture in the CAM Library -A Study of Air Power Past, Present, and Future
Speaker: Chief Master Sergeant Samuel Given
October 12 | 11:00am: Free Lecture in the CAM Library - AI in Driverless Cars
Speaker: Jim Wehrman
October 13 - 14: B-25 Champaign Gal Display at London, Kentucky (KLOZ)
October 14 | 11am: 9th Annual Remembrance Day Ceremony
October 21 | 11:00am - 2:00pm: Halloween at the Hangar
October 26 | 11:00am: Free Lecture in the CAM Library - AI in Health and Medical Sciences
Speaker: Dr. Steve Polsley
November 9 | 11:00am: Free Lecture in the CAM Library - AI in Agriculture and Cattle Management
Speaker: Don Sanders
November 16 | 11:00am: Free Lecture in the CAM Library - Ethics and AI
Speaker: Tim Anderson
November 30 | 11:00am: Free Lecture in the CAM Library - AI in Cyber Security
Speaker: Jon Roberts
December 14 | 11:00am: Free Lecture in the CAM Library - Christmas Truce at the Western Front during WWI
Speaker: Bill Albers
December 16 | 12:00pm - 2:00pm: Holiday in the Hangar
Come out for some Halloween fun! Wear your costumes and stop by the candy stations as you walk through the Museum. Teal Pumpkin options will be available.
Come out for a festive afternoon at the Museum with hot chocolate and cookies, kids' crafts, and a special visit from Mr. and Mrs. Claus!
It has been said many times that history repeats itself. This lecture explores past aviation milestones, current aviation concepts and provides a look into what the future air battle may hold. This lecture will discuss the history of military aviation starting with World War I and use it as the foundation for how the United States has achieved and maintained air superiority. The lessons learned from the past have shaped American military aviation technology and tactics. We will examine the success of the technology and tactics as well as failures. A look ahead will explore the use of advanced technologies and how they compare to evolving superpowers.