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The Military Aviation Preservation Society (DBA MAPS Air Museum) is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating people about the history of aviation and its impact upon society. It accomplishes this mission by acquiring, restoring, preserving, studying and exhibiting the impact of aviation on the culture of man.


Founded in 1990, the Military Aviation Preservation Society (MAPS) is the nonprofit 501(c)(3) educational and fundraising organization that supports the Museum.  With nearly 1,100 dues-paying members, the organization is financially self-supporting through various revenue-generating operations such as; admission fees, special events, sales in the Gift Shop and donations.

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Executive Director ~ Kim Kovesci

Education Director (University or K-12) ~ Reed Kimball

Bookkeeper ~ Jan Boyea

Financial Manager ~ Mac McFarland

Event Coordinator (Public or Private) ~ Kent Kleinknecht


Dennis Bachtel

Bill Cody

Robert Hollis

Jim Jackson

Valerie Kinney

Ken Ramsay

Robert Schwartz ~ Chairperson


Aircraft Acquisition/Fund Raising:  Kim Kovesci
BSA/Girl Scout Programs: Jim Felner
Boy Scout Explorer Post: Bob Hollis
Chaplin:  Rev. Les Peine
Curator/Museum Displays:  Gary Haught
Marketing: Doug Perry
Gift Shop: Bob Hollis
Grounds: Allan Swain, Mary Cody, Bill Cody
Hanger Managers:  Bruce Balough, Reed Kimball and Kim Kovesci
I.T.: Robert Belliveau and Kim Kovesci
Kitchen Manager: Mary Ann Cameron
Library:  Barb Johnston
Maintenance: Allan Swain
Membership: Bob Schwartz
Newsletter Editor:  Marylou Thompson
PR/Publicity Marketing:  Barb Johnston & Doug Perry
Restoration Managers: Ron Duplain, Jim Jackson, Jim Shoop, Clay Tober
Safety:  Ted Mathies
Security: Rick Hamlet
Tour Coordinator & Scheduling: Reed Kimball
Veterans Programs/Veterans Day Gala: Valerie Kinney


Medic’s Corner: Ted Mathies
Radio Airwaves Corner: Richard Willaman


Ronald Schultz