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Elevator Lobby Mural Custom Aerospace Mural Curated by the Lancaster Museum of Art & History

Elevator Lobby Mural Custom Aerospace Mural Curated by the Lancaster Museum of Art & History

Front Desk Mural Custom Aerospace Mural Curated by the Lancaster Museum of Art & History

Front Desk Mural Custom Aerospace Mural Curated by the Lancaster Museum of Art & History

4th Floor Mural Custom Aerospace Mural Curated by the Lancaster Museum of Art & History

4th Floor Mural Custom Aerospace Mural Curated by the Lancaster Museum of Art & History

3rd Floor Mural Custom Aerospace Mural Curated by the Lancaster Museum of Art & History

3rd Floor Mural Custom Aerospace Mural Curated by the Lancaster Museum of Art & History

2nd Floor Mural Custom Aerospace Mural Curated by the Lancaster Museum of Art & History

2nd Floor Mural Custom Aerospace Mural Curated by the Lancaster Museum of Art & History

B-52 Stratofortress

B-52 Stratofortress

The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress is an American long-range, subsonic, jet-powered strategic bomber. The B-52 was designed and built by Boeing, which has continued to provide support and upgrades. It has been operated by the United States Air Force since the 1950s.

Aerial Map of Palmdale (West to East)

Aerial Map of Palmdale (West to East)

Map of Palmdale

SpaceShipOne

SpaceShipOne

SpaceShipOne is an experimental air-launched, rocket-powered aircraft manufactured by Scaled Composites that has a hybrid rocket motor allowing it to be capable of sub-orbital spaceflight

Pancho Barnes

Pancho Barnes

Born Florence Leontine Lowe, "Pancho Barnes" broke Amelia Earhart’s speed record during the 1930 Women’s Air Derby. She worked as a Hollywood stunt pilot in the early 1930s, and purchased 180-acres of barren land adjacent to Rogers Dry Lake bed and Muroc Army Airfield (later known as EAFB) in 1935. It was here she established Happy Bottom Riding Club, where her hospitality towards the airmen at Muroc eventually lead to her becoming referred to as the “Mother of Edwards Air Force Base.”

William J. "Pete" Knight

William J. "Pete" Knight

William John “Pete” Knight, who holds world record for flight speed in a winged vehicle, graduated from the Air Force Experimental Flight Test Pilot at EAFB in 1958. After more than sixteen flights in the X-15A-2, Knight became one of five people to earn astronaut wings by flying an airplane into space.

Aerial Map of Mojave (West to East)

Aerial Map of Mojave (West to East)

Map of Mojave

Map of Lancaster and Palmdale from West to East

Map of Lancaster and Palmdale from West to East