Another full house witnessed the induction of three new members and the recognition of the contributions of four other individuals, as well as two groups, at RI Aviation Hall of Fame’s 14th annual ceremony and dinner on November 19th, 2016.
As another year comes to a close, we wish you and your families a happy holiday season and all the very best for 2017. Our year end giving appeal focuses this year on raising funds to help prevent the loss to Rhode Island of a number of irreplaceable aircraft and aviation artifacts. Those of you… Continue reading Happy Holidays and Save the Planes!
The Rhode Island Aviation Hall of Fame (RIAHOF), the parent 501(c)(3) organization of the USS John F. Kennedy Project, will host its 14th annual honors ceremony on the Saturday before Thanksgiving, November 19, 2016 at the Scottish Rite Center in Cranston. This year the focus will be on those who served in (or supported) the… Continue reading RI Aviation Hall of Fame Dinner 2016
In addition to AZ Congresswoman Martha McSally, Nov. 21, 2015 honorees include a husband/wife team of Navy Chiefs; a fighter pilot from the First World War; a general aviation pilot with more than 40,000 flight hours; and the man responsible for Coventry High School’s Air Force JROTC program.
A big thanks to Mike Young, U.S. Navy Vet, J.F.K. Plank Owner, who sent us this poem! I can’t give much, I’m not a wealthy man… But I will try to give what I can … a little here A little there…. to bring My Ship back to where … I can once again, walk… Continue reading A Plank Owner’s Poem
We are honored to be chosen, for the second year in a row, as a host site for Community College of Rhode Island’s annual Community Service Day! Students and staffed volunteered their time to help us clean, sort, organize, move, sand, paint and more. We couldn’t have done it without them! A big thank you… Continue reading CCRI Community Service Day @ JFK Project HQ
We are pleased to announce our annual sell-out event has moved to a newer, larger location in Cranston, RI, at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center. We are looking forward to another year of celebrating Rhode Island’s rich place in aviation history. For more information, please visit RIAHOF.org.