Date Change: April 3rd, Friday Debut History channel; party April 10th

From VA MUFON:
BEN & TONY’S EXCELLENT DEBUT IN HANGAR-1 !!
JOIN US AT GREVEY’S RESTAURANT
8PM TO 11PM FRI APR 10th !
8130 ARLINGTON BLVD, FALLS CHURCH VA

Ben & Tony’s Excellent Debut: HANGAR-1
Fri APR 10th, 8-11PM

Oh the vagaries of the Hollywood suits AGAIN! The date has changed to see the series we’ve all been waiting for! The premiere is now slotted for Fri Apr 3, at 9PM so tune in on H2 Channel if you can. Unfortunately, that date does not work for our stars, so we are FIRMLY setting a Celebration Viewing Party for April 10th! THIS DATE WILL NOT BE RE-SCHEDULED! As the now-familiar story goes, Paul Villadolid, executive producer of HISTORY’s HANGAR-1 series spoke at the 2014 MUFON Symposium.

While there, Paul was very impressed with the style and intensity of our own Ben Moss and Tony Angiola, so invited them to audition for season 2! The rest is HISTORY, so to speak, as the two were chosen to represent intrepid MUFON Field Investigators !! Filming in Hollywood quickly got underway and we can’t wait to mix it up with our local stars! Come eat, drink and be merry with the MUFON gang. Or else tune in at home on cable channel H2.
Grevey’s | 8130 Arlington Blvd | Falls Church VA
Lost?  Call Grevey’s 703-560-8530.
NO CHARGE AT THE DOOR!
RSVP NOT REQUIRED BUT PREFERRED.
BUY A SIGNED POSTER OF THE GUYS!
PROCEEDS GO TO MUFON VA & HQ.

NO CHARGE AT THE DOOR!
RSVP NOT REQUIRED BUT PREFERRED.
BUY A SIGNED POSTER OF THE GUYS!
PROCEEDS GO TO MUFON VA & HQ.

Day of Remembrance – Jan. 28, 2015

Day of Remembrance – Jan. 28, 2015

Today we remember and give thanks for the lives and contributions of those who gave all trying to push the boundaries of human achievement. On this solemn occasion, we pause in our normal routines and remember the STS-107 Columbia crew; the STS-51L Challenger crew; the Apollo 1 crew; Mike Adams, the first in-flight fatality of the space program as he piloted the X-15 No. 3 on a research flight; and those lost in test flights and aeronautics research throughout our history.

These men and women were our friends, family and colleagues. They still are. As we undertake a journey to Mars, they will be with us. They have our eternal respect, love and gratitude.

Today, their legacy lives on as the International Space Station fulfills its promise as a symbol of hope for the world and a springboard to missions farther into the solar system. Our lost friends are with us in the strivings of all of our missions to take humans to new destinations and to unlock the secrets of our universe. We honor them by making our dreams of a better tomorrow reality and taking advantage of the fruits of exploration to improve life for people everywhere.

Let us join together as one NASA Family, along with the entire world, in paying our respects, and honoring the memories of our dear friends. They will never be forgotten. Godspeed to every one of them.

Charlie B.

www.nasa.gov