President’s Updates – Monthly
Monthly Update: President of the Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum, Brigadier General Michael J. Aguilar, USMC retired, writes a monthly column on efforts to save the collection and move it to a new home in Great Park, Irvine, California.
Explore Our Ongoing Programs
While working on relocating the museum, we are continuing our programs to preserve and share the legacy of USMC aviation through our education programs and activities.
Irene Ferguson Marine Wife Recognition Program
To honor and highlight the resiliency, strength, and dedication of USMC wives.
Awardee for 2022 program will be announced in May. Nominations for the 2023 award will open in January 2023.
Our annual essay contest for grades 6-12 encourages students to develop and improve their thinking and writing skills as they address core values of the US Marine Corps and our society.
2021-2022 submissions are now with the judging panels. Winners will be announced in May. The next contest will open in the fall of 2022.
Gives students a platform to express their artistic and creative skills as they learn about U.S. and aviation history.
2021-2022 submissions are now with the judging panels. The 2022-2023 contest will open in the fall of 2022.