The Speakers Bureau is a program presented by knowledgeable MAPS members to give short (approximately 30 minutes) presentations of specific military aviation subjects in which they are interested and/or have special knowledge.
Presentations can be on a multitude of subject matters, including, but not limited to:
~ Development of and use of the B-36 ~
~ Evolution of types and uses of bombs ~
~ Flying the P-51 in the Pacific Theater ~
~ A-26, Then and Now ~
~ Establishment of The Tuskegee Airmen ~
These presentations can be scheduled for your event (school, classroom, organizations meeting) or during one of MAPS Air Museum’s own events. Requests for a particular subject matter will be considered but cannot be guaranteed. The earlier you contact us, the better the chance to get what you need/request.
Do you, as a MAPS member, have unique military aviation information that you would like to impart as a speaker? Let Kim or Reed know!
If you would like to find out more information on the Speakers Bureau for your event, subject matters available or scheduling questions, forward your question to either: