Saturday March 12, 2016,  10 AM to 4 PM

San Diego Air & Space Museum Annex  North side of Gillespie Field, El Cajon, CA.  ( Map )

For:        School youth of all ages, teachers, and adults. 

Numerous participants representing various aspect of aerospace set up as a “mini-aerospace fair” with exhibits designed for hands-on student handling and information distribution.

San Diego Air & Space Museum                    AIAA           Miramar College Aviation                  Civil Air Patrol
                        
San Diego Space Network                 FAA             County Airports                      Kearny High School JROTC

Women in Aviation International                      NAVAIR Fleet Readiness Center Southwest, North Island
     
Pending:              GKN Aerospace                     Gillespie Pilots Association                  SPAWAR           Others

This event in association with         2016 San Diego Festival of Science & Engineering   

For further information, contact AeroED Group Director, Col John Telles      Burnernow@gmail.com

From a small one-hangar beginning, the San Diego Air & Space Museum’s annex at Gillespie Field has grown to become an integral part of the Museum’s aircraft restoration and replica reproduction program. Staffed mainly by volunteers, the Facility has produced some of SDASM’s finest work.

NASA Space Suit  This a reproduction of the space suit worn by Neil Armstrong as he took man's first steps on the moon, July 21, 1969.  On display at the San Diego Air & Space Museum Annex at Gillespie Field, El Cajon, CA.  

Aircraft engines on display at San Diego Air & Space Museum Annex at Gillespie Field, El Cajon, CA.   This the R-4360 was a 28-cylinder four-row air-cooled radial engine setup. Each row of seven air-cooled cylinders possessed a slight angular offset from the previous, forming a semi-helical arrangement to facilitate effective airflow cooling of the cylinder rows behind them.   Designed and built during World War II, produced up to 4,000 horsepower or about 20 times that of the average automobile engine.