National Warbird Operator Conference

The annual NWOC event brings together warbird owners, operators, and museum directors to address particular events facing warbird owners and to discuss common goals related to the ever-changing economics, operations and regulations pertaining to flying ex-military aircraft.
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Our 2018 Conference is less than 4 months away! We're pleased to announce that one of our two featured speakers is Robert "Hoot" Gibson:

Hoot (the nickname originated with cowboy movie star Edmund "Hoot" Gibson) knows many flying machines personally. From light piston aircraft to thundering World War II fighters to supersonic jets to the space shuttle, Gibson had flown them—111 types so far.

Further reading: https://www.airspacemag.com/flight-today/the-man-whos-flown-everything-57719824/

NASA Bio: https://www.jsc.nasa.gov/Bios/htmlbios/gibson.html

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We're pleased to announce that once again, Ladd Gardner Aviation Insurance will be our Presenting Sponsor. Our next conference will be in Houston at the Hilton Houston NASA Clear Lake from February 15-18, and we're thrilled that Classic Jet Aircraft Association will be joining us. We'll be posting updates here and you can find more info on our website. See you in Houston!
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We know that distinguished gentleman in this group of photos quite well, we're lucky to say.
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"Tulsa's own "Rosie the Riveter" will be the grand marshall of the 2017 Christmas Parade, the planning committee announced. This year's parade takes a look into Tulsa's past to learn what's worked to make the most successful parade experiences.

Marina Metevelis, in her 90s, is one of three original "Rosie the Riveters" still living. After Pearl Harbor, she applied for a job at the Wichita aircraft plant making the B-17 Flying Fortress."