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Tuesday, 16 January 2018 14:16


• Special to the Leader & Times



The Mid-America Air Museum is excited to announce our first quarterly Lunch and Learn.  Join us at noon Thursday as local resident Bob Keating speaks about his memories and knowledge of the Liberal Army Airfield, the airport, and the creation of the Mid-America Air Museum.  

Keating, his family, and his wife’s family have many ties with aviation, including owning a local hardware store with aviation pioneer Glen Martin’s family.  

Keating was born and raised in Liberal.  He graduated from Liberal High School, attended Panhandle State University, and then returned to Liberal to begin farming.  His farming career spanned 51 years.

He is a pilot, flying mostly single-engine aircraft.  He served in the army and was stationed in Germany for three years.  

MAAM invites you to bring your lunch and learn more about Liberal’s rich aviation history. 

For more information, call 620.624.5263.

 

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