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Grant Announcement

The Aviation Museum of NH was recently awarded a $5,000 grant from Cogswell Benevolent Trust to purchase new technology which will enhance the museum's STEM based educational programs.

Funding enabled the purchase of a professional pilot deck and updated computer for the museum's Elite Flight Simulator package. The Aviation Museum of NH hosts a high school aviation education course called "Virtual Skies", and these students will now have opportunities to gain hands-on flying experience right at the museum. The flight simulator will also be available to visitors during the museum's regular hours of operation.

The museum's Executive Director, Jessica Pappathan, is excited about this new addition to the collection. "This flight simulator provides a realistic cockpit experience, which our Virtual Skies students as well as museum visitors will benefit from. We hope to inspire the next generation of pilots and aviation enthusiasts. We are very appreciative to Cogswell Benevolent Trust for their generosity and support of our education programs."

The Aviation Museum of NH's mission is to preserve New Hampshire aviation history through dynamic and hands-on exhibits and programs. The Museum engages the public through learning opportunities in aviation science and technology and offers a unique cultural experience that inspires aviation enthusiasm in people of all ages.

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