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Registration is currently open for Summer Camp hosted by the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia Beach! Summer Camps are open to students in third grade through tenth grade.
Warbirds Aviation Summer Camps each conclude with Family Friday. Family Friday gives campers the opportunity to share what they have learned and tour the museum with their loved ones.
Drone Ace Camp: Ages (Grades 3-10)
June 24-28, 2019 - In the Drone Ace Camp, girls and boys will explore the science of flight by learning to build and fly their very own drone! Lesson topics include: The Forces of Flight, Introduction to Piloting: Multi-Rotor and Fixed Wing, Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), First Person View (FPV) and Line of Sight (LOS) Flying, Free Flight Techniques and Coded Flight Path Programming. Camp includes a new quad-copter style drone to take home.
Ace Pilot Camp: Ages (Grades 3-10)
July 15-19, 2019 - Learn the basics of what it takes to be an ace pilot! Campers will be introduced to aviation and piloting through progressive flight simulators and will meet and work with real pilots. Girls and boys will also take part in live flight and taxi demonstrations of huge gliders and rare WWII aircraft.
Junior Space Camp: Ages (Grades 3-5)
August 5-9, 2019 - This out-of-this-world camp features fun for the budding astronaut or rocket scientist. Girls and boys will learn about space, build and fly their own rockets and meet a real-life rocket scientist.
Warbird Academy Camp: Ages (Grades 6-10)
August 5-9, 2019 Get real warbird experience by working the ramp! Girls and boys will learn about aircraft maintenance, servicing, towing, marshaling and aircraft construction with hands-on training. Campers will have special access to tour and perform activities at the Fighter Factory, the premier maintenance shop for the Military Aviation Museum’s world-class collection of vintage military aircraft.
Aviation Archaeology Camp: Ages (Grades 6-10)
August 5-9, 2019 - Ever wonder how the Military Aviation Museum got most of its aircraft? By digging in the dirt! New this year, Aviation Archaeology Camp teaches girls and boys about aircraft identification, recovery and restoration. Campers will sift through authentic aircraft pieces to learn the art of archaeology in the Military Aviation Museum’s recreation of a WWII crash site.