1 -The Four Forces of Flight

"VIRTUAL" FLIGHT EDUCATION PROGRAM

Since 2003, the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum (GMAM) has offered a Flight Education program that 

supports the Annapolis Valley Schools grade 6 Flight Syllabus.  Normally,  students are provided with a 2.5 hour guided tour by the many GMAM volunteers.  The tour covers technological and historical developments of Flight at 14 Wing Greenwood since 1942. While we are still learning to live with Covid-19, it is not always possible for these visits to take place.  The Virtual Flight Education tools found below can also enhance in-person visits. Your feedback on the website would be appreciated so we can continuously improve these tools.

ADDITIONAL FLIGHT EDUCATION TEACHING MATERIAL, QUIZZES AND FUN GAMES

Check out series 1 to 6 below. Best to use them in the order they appear.

3 - Word Search on Forces of Flight and Flight Controls

6- Crossword Puzzle on Forces of 
​Flight, ​Flight Controls and Museum Visit Video

VIRTUAL VISIT TO THE MUSEUM


Mr. Glenn Matthews, a GMAM volunteer, recorded and produced a 90 minutes video of a school visit in 2015.  Using this video, students and teachers can now take a self paced virtual visit of the same areas they would have visited with their school. To add a more flexible viewing option, the 90 minute video was edited into 16 separate clips, each ranging from 3 to 17 minutes in length. The clips can be viewed in any order but, for the best experience, it is recommended to follow the order in which they appear on the 16 Video Clips Menu. Choose which viewing option you prefer below:​

5 - More Aircraft Parts and Functions

2 -Aircraft Flight Controls

4 - How an Engine Works

6 - MINUTE TOUR OF THE MUSEUM THROUGH THE EYES OF A DRONE

​Drone piloted by Royal Australian Air Force exchange officer Flight Lieutenant Andrew Bartlett