About the Aviation Heritage Group
AHG directors with hosts Bill and Claudia Allen, at the Allen Airways Flying Museum reception in El Cajon.|
(L-R) Bill Sheridan, Sven Scheiderbauer, Jeff Cannon [back row], Ben
Kristy, Frank Lennon [kneeling], Claudia Allen, Bill Allen, Tony Smyth
and Bob Ellis.
Photo by Sven Scheiderbauer.
non-profit association has been established by an international group
of aviation professionals to serve the collective needs of the
aerospace heritage community.
mission of the Aviation Heritage Group is “to facilitate the exchange
of information, provide mutual support and encourage cooperation among
organizations, institutions and individuals working all over the world
to preserve aviation heritage”.
To make this initiative a success, a strong membership base is essential.
A list of the current Officers of AHG can be found here.
Please consider the potential benefits available to you for a minimal annual outlay.
educate its members about best practices for them to employ as they
inform the public about the role that aviation and space exploration
have played in world history;
act as the unified voice of the aviation heritage community on matters
of mutual concern, not only in the United States but worldwide;
communicate and encourage the use of the best professional standards in
the preservation, restoration and display of artifacts and memorabilia;
act as a clearinghouse for information, products and services that may
help institutional members manage and operate their facilities in more
cost-efficient and professional ways;
- To host meetings, events and other networking opportunities to facilitate an exchange of information;
- To provide a tangible return on the membership investment by offering benefits that save money, save time and increase revenue;
help members do all they can to ensure that future generations never
forget the sacrifices of those who have gone before.