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News: Official Launch of the Alumni Advancement Board 2014

Special thanks to everyone joining us in Huntsville today for the official public announcement of the Alumni Advancement Board and the launch of the Indiegogo crowdsourced fundraising effort to bring the Grumman Gulfstream II Shuttle Training Aircraft to Shuttle Park at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center.


You can read the full announcement but these were the words that meant the most to us:

Barnhart also announced the formation of the new 10-member Space Camp/Aviation Challenge Alumni Advancement Board, which is being led by Chairman John Ramsey. A first-generation Space Camp graduate from the 1980s, Ramsey said the G-II aircraft was an ideal first project for the new alumni board.


Event: EAA AirVenture 2014

Join us July 28 – August 3 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin for the “world’s greatest aviation celebration,” at EAA AirVenture! We invite the alumni community to join us in Oshkosh, as an attendee […]

John Ratnaswamy: “Camp, most of all, has meant fun and joy to the family.”

John Ratnaswamy first attended Space Camp in 1993 (Adult Level I).  He went with two friends, one who worked on Star Trek: The Next Generation, and the other a computer […]