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This is a dream in the making. Our team, in late 2021, managed to locate the last Lockheed Electra 10A in the United States. (We do NOT have a contract with the aircraft's owner and are an independent organization!) This aircraft is currently the only one not in a museum and we are on a mission to get it restored and made airworthy. We chose to make this our first project as a way to share our dream with the world.

We are working on an educational program that will be used in connection with the Electra. Our program will include the following:

  • Teach students/public about the Lockheed Electra and its place in history.

    • This includes its effect on air travel, the airline/aviation industry, and the 1930s (also known as "the golden age of aviation"​

  • Discuss changes in aircraft/aviation over the last 90 years.

  • Amelia Earhart

    • Earhart's connection with the Electra ​

      • she used a highly modified 10E on her ill-fated world flight attempt)​

    • Present photos so students can compare Earhart's Electra to that of a typical passenger configuration.

    • Explain what modifications took place to prepare Amelia's Electra for the grueling flight ahead.

    • How Earhart's fame/legacy has overshadowed the commercial history/success of the Lockheed Electra as an airliner.

    • Help spread Amelia's message

      • You don't have to live the life society expects you to live​

      • Through hard work and determination, you can achieve your dreams

Visitors will be allowed to climb inside the Electra and even sit in the cockpit. 

Electra-fying is a project of Experience History Foundation. Experience History Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, EIN 88-3385684

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