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Legacy – A Welcome Home Party

On behalf of Tomorrows Aeronautical Museum (TAM), we cordially invite you to join us on September 24th in celebration of 16 year old Isaiah Cooper’s successful record breaking flight around the continental United States. A two week, 8000 mile journey taught Isaiah the skills necessary to achieve his ultimate goal of being the youngest person to fly solo around the…
September 1, 2016  /  Comments Off on Legacy – A Welcome Home Party

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Fourth Annual Black Family Conference

It was an evening of celebration and good times with friends and family of Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum.                             …
November 15, 2016  /  Comments Off on Fourth Annual Black Family Conference

TAM hosts The Compton Initiative’s 10th Anniversary Fundraising Gala

10th Anniversary Fundraising Gala October 22 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00pm   l   $100 Tickets ON SALE, click here!   THE COMPTON INITIATIVE The Compton Initiative is a non-profit organization founded…
October 21, 2016  /  Comments Off on TAM hosts The Compton Initiative’s 10th Anniversary Fundraising Gala

Discover LA with Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum

Thanks to an ace helicopter pilot, Compton/Woodley Airport is home to a new generation of leaders. It’s a stone’s throw from the childhood homes of Dr. Dre and Ice Cube;…
August 19, 2016  /  Comments Off on Discover LA with Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum

Isaiah Cooper flies into the record books

At 9:00 am on July 18th Isaiah Cooper became the youngest African American to pilot an airplane around the continental United States of America.  Overcoming severe weather in Wyoming, Isaiah…
August 13, 2016  /  Comments Off on Isaiah Cooper flies into the record books

Online magazine, MEL, writes positive profile piece

Where Compton Learns to Fly Going for a ride in with Robin Petgrave, founder of Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum MEL sent photographer Jared Ryder to hang out with Robin Petgrave, who…
July 14, 2016  /  Comments Off on Online magazine, MEL, writes positive profile piece

TAM Helps Bring In the Holidays

Children received gifts and took part in fun activities during TAM's holiday celebrations. TAM held its annual Christmas party on Dec. 19, where children got the opportunity to take in…
January 5, 2015  /  Comments Off on TAM Helps Bring In the Holidays

TAM’s Youths Visit Local Elementary School Career Day

Representatives from TAM visited Longfellow Elementary School in Compton on Nov. 18 as part of the school’s Career Day. James Knox and MacArthur Dandridge visited the school and spoke to…
December 8, 2014  /  Comments Off on TAM’s Youths Visit Local Elementary School Career Day

TAM Helps Davis Middle School’s STEM Program Take Flight

Students flocked to helicopters that landed on the campus of Davis Middle School on Nov. 12, courtesy of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and TAM's Robin Petgrave. Benjamin O.…
November 24, 2014  /  Comments Off on TAM Helps Davis Middle School’s STEM Program Take Flight

Help TAM Win a $10,000 Grant

Your Vote Counts! Click to Vote. April 27, 2014 by Program Director Myra Petgrave    Each year, the Lightspeed Aviation Foundation is proud to recognize a select group of deserving…
April 27, 2014  /  Comments Off on Help TAM Win a $10,000 Grant

The Tuskegee Airmen Learning Center & the Good News Room

  The Tuskegee Airmen Learning Center was originally an exhibit of images and memorabilia donated by Tuskegee Airmen Los Angeles Chapter. The center was renovated during the MLK Jr. Day…
July 15, 2013  /  Comments Off on The Tuskegee Airmen Learning Center & the Good News Room

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