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Bicycles back in Wright brothers’ neighborhood

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DAYTON, Ohio—Bicycles with the famous Wright brand are being made again in the neighborhood where Wilbur and Orville invented the airplane more than a century ago.
The Wright Brothers USA, LLC, a company that licenses and markets The Wright Brothers® trademark worldwide, has relocated its business from downtown Dayton to 1105 W. Third St. The storefront […]

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Who flew first? Brazilian author, network seek proof in Dayton

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MEDIA ADVISORY
For immediate release
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Contact:
Timothy R. Gaffney
Director of Communications
National Aviation Heritage Alliance
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(937) 219-8277 (mobile)
Who flew first? A Brazilian author is bringing a TV network to Dayton to debunk the myth that Alberto Santos-Dumont flew before the Wright brothers.
Leandro Narloch, author of Guia Politicamente Incorreto Da Historia Do Brasil (“Politically Incorrect Guide To The […]

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Big Read spotlights The Wright Brothers

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DAYTON, Ohio—The Miami Valley’s 2017 Big Read program officially kicks off in March with David McCullough’s The Wright Brothers as the selected book.
The New York Times’ best-selling book about the brothers Wilbur andOrville and their family will be the subject of book discussions and programs taking place at many area libraries, schools and other venues during the Big Read […]

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Mason girl wins NAHA aviation scholarship

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February 14, 2017
Contact:
Timothy R. Gaffney
Director of Communications
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(937) 475-7627 (mobile)
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Mason girl wins NAHA’s aviation scholarship
DAYTON, Ohio—A 15-year-old Mason High School student is the youngest person and first female to win the annual Mitchell Cary-Don Gum Memorial Aviation Scholarship.
The National Aviation Heritage Alliance […]

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National Aviation Hall of Fame names ‘Class of 2017’

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DAYTON, Ohio—The National Aviation Hall of Fame (NAHF) has revealed the names of four individuals elected as the Enshrinee Class of 2017, according to a NAHF announcement.
The NAHF Class of 2017 represents a broad range of enduring contributions dating from the dawn of the jet age through the manned exploration of space. NAHF will enshrine […]

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NAHA aviation scholarship available

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UPDATE, Nov. 15, 2016: Because of a problem (now corrected) with downloading application forms from the scholarship web page, the application deadline has been extended to Nov. 21, 2016.
DAYTON, Ohio—The National Aviation Heritage Alliance (NAHA) is accepting applications for the 2016 Mitchell Cary/Don Gum Memorial Aviation Scholarship.
NAHA’s aviation scholarship provides $1,500 worth of flying lessons […]

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New book spotlights Katharine Wright

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NEWS
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Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016
Contact:
Timothy R. Gaffney
Director of Communications
trg@aviationheritagearea.org
(937) 219-8277 (mobile)
DAYTON, OH—Move over, Wright brothers. Katharine Wright, the youngest of the Wright siblings, emerges from their long shadows as the subject of Maiden Flight, a new book by Harry Haskell of Guilford, CT. Haskell is to make several author appearances in the Dayton area […]

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