Temora Aviation Museum has launched a new project called ‘Unsung Heroes’, which is a way to record contributor’s memories and stories relating to military aviation history. Unsung Heroes is a biographical database, which is stored within the Museum’s website at:
The people that feature on the Unsung Heroes site not have not necessarily been given recognition in history books, although their story details show that they have made a significant contribution to military aviation history – whatever their story may be.
The Unsung Heroes database has the potential to be viewed by anyone that uses the Internet worldwide. To search for someone you know, simply click on the database link and search for each person by lastname.
To visit the database, click on the link below:
To become a contributor to the Temora Aviation Museum Unsung Heroes project visit the Unsung Heroes section of the website and download the nomination form and nominator details form. Fill out and return to the address located at the top of each form.
We look forward to reading your stories!
Another great place to visit on the Temora Aviation Museum website is its online shop. The online shop lists a selection of merchandise including: books, clothing, giftware, videos and DVDs.
It also stocks a wide range of Temora Aviation Museum branded merchandise including postcards, magnets, stubby holders, collector’s spoons, a tea-towel and even original World War II pieces of Wirraway fabric, originating from the fuselage of the Museum’s CAC Wirraway when it required replacement.
To visit the online shop, click on the link below:
Or even better – take a trip to Temora to visit the Museum to explore all that is on offer at the Museum’s Gift Shop, as well as its other exhibits.
New Employee at the Museum
The Museum is very excited to announce that another friendly new face has joined our team. Ben Muller is from Newcastle, previously working at BAE Systems at Williamtown. There he worked on Hawk and F/A-18 aircraft in the aircraft maintenance department. Ben is particularly looking forward to working on the Sabre project in the near future, as well as servicing the ever-increasing collection of veteran aircraft at the Museum.