Flying Heritage Collection Seeks Military Aviation Historian
    April 2008

    The Military Aviation Historian is the lead for research and curatorial efforts for the Flying Heritage Collection (FHC) and is responsible for working with FHC leadership and founders to develop and execute FHC’s mission, strategic plan, budget and goals.   This position will be responsible for conducting research on FHC and related aircraft, and providing FHC leadership with detailed information on disparate aircraft issues related to the development of the collection.  In addition, the Military Aviation Historian will act as FHC’s ambassador and liaison to the aircraft history community, including public speaking, convention appearances and general public relation efforts.  

    Candidates should be capable of working in a highly collaborative structure and able to articulate ideas and concepts.  The individual should be seen as a leader in the field of military aviation history, possessing a national reputation and network of contacts.   Advanced degree in Military History, Museum Studies or related fields preferred. Broad knowledge of Aviation and WWII aircraft required. Position will require domestic and some international travel.

    Flying Heritage Collection
    For additional information about the collection, please visit For a complete job description and to apply to these positions, please visit  This position is based in Seattle, WA.



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