Rich Wall is in equal parts a builder, a pilot, and a visionary. He’s the CEO of two companies, Welded Fixtures and Rack Displays, both involved in the manufacture of retail display fixtures. But it’s obvious that his current passions are consigned to the museum he founded, Wings & Rotors Air Museum in Murrieta, California which tells of the Vietnam War in honor of those who never returned. His love of flying spans over 40 years. And the museum’s history reflects back on the era when Rich first started flying.
Connect Communications produced and published MU-2 Magazine, a quarterly resource for the MU-2 aircraft owner/operator community.
AERO Friedrichshafen, the Global Show for General Aviation in Europe, held annually on Lake Constance (Bodensee) in Germany is one event that’s a must-see for any aviator. The experience is refreshing, informative and indespensible.
Keith Ferris grew up a military brat on the grass flying fields of the 1930s. As a child, he had always hoped to fly in the U.S. Air Force. He attended college majoring in aerospace engineering and hoping for an Air Force commission on graduation.
While his father was stationed at Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio, Keith spent part of his college freshman and sophomore years working as an artist in the Air Force Training Publications group in a building next to the airport’s flight line.
Upon learning he was not going to be able to get in the Air Force after all, he would abandon the engineering curriculum and return to the publications unit to pursue a career in aviation art.
Connect Communications produced and published the sixth edition of MU-2 Magazine, a quarterly resource for the MU-2 aircraft owner/operator community.