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Annual Inspection Coming Up and NEW Tires!

Friday, February 22, 2019
23 recently received a set of new shoes.  Special thanks to Desser Tire (https://www.desser.com/)  for the tires at a special price and Air Power Inc. for help with our main... Read More

LETU Women's Air Race Hangar Dance a SUCCESS!

Wednesday, February 13, 2019
The LeTourneau University Women's Air Race Team hangar dance at Rusk County Airport was a great success.  The Lone Star Wing donated a special 30 minute ride in the Stearman... Read More

Hangar Dance at Rusk County Airprot

Thursday, February 07, 2019
The LeTourneau University Women's Air Race Team is holding a hangar dance at Rusk County Airport (click here for more information) to benefit their efforts in the 2019 Air Race Classic... Read More

2017 Article in The Marshall News Messenger

Friday, January 18, 2019
The Lone Star Wing was featured in this article in 2017.  The information remains relevant today so we are posting it here.Enjoy!News Article

January Meeting Postponed to 1/26/2019 (Saturday) at 10 am

Friday, January 18, 2019
Because of inclement weather the Lone Star Wing member meeting (and the staff meeting scheduled before the member meeting) has been postponed to the following Saturday, 1/26/2019.Please be safe in... Read More

Merry Christmas!

Monday, December 24, 2018
The Lone Star Wing wishes you and yours a very MERRY CHRISTMAS!  We love our community in Marshall and our greater East Texas area community.  Please be safe during your... Read More

2018 Lone Star Wing Pearl Harbor Remembrance Banquet

Wednesday, December 12, 2018
On December 7th, 2018, the LSW came together to remember the events of Pearl Harbor and how they changed our country forever.  Recently I've been reading (listening to) the book, Lucky 666: The Impossible Mission, about a B-17 crew in World War II.  The early chapters cover the war in the Pacific shortly after Pearl Harbor.  I did not understand how dire the situation was for the U.S. immediately after Pearl Harbor before reading this book.  I find myself with a new perspective on the events of December 7th, 1941 and a new appreciate for the generation that brought the full weight of our country's resolve to bear on her enemies.  I can't imagine the uncertainty that must have been present for that period of time, especially for those living in Hawaii and on the United States' West Coast.  I'm thankful for the sacrifices made by that generation to spool up the U.S. war machine so quickly and effectively.  December 7th, 1941 truly was a "date which will live in infamy."-Col. Page for the LSW

2018 Lone Star Wing Awards

Wednesday, December 12, 2018
During the Lone Star Wing annual Pearl Harbor Remembrance Banquet the following award recipients were named:Joe Dacus "Colonel of the Year": Col. Anne Schultz.  Col. Schultz has served as the LSW Finance Officer with distinction, but beyond that has assisted at nearly every event we've deployed to in 2018.  Her smiling face helps the LSW put the best foot forward to riders and folks with questions.  She is also the hub of planning for events like our fly-in and Pearl Harbor Remembrance Banquet.Service Plaques for 2018 Staff Positions: Col. Travis Keeney - Operations OfficerCol. Drew Thomas - Development OfficerCol. Bill Shinneman - Adjutant"High Flight Award": Col. James Berryman.  Col.... Read More

Making Dreams Come True is Easy?

Wednesday, December 12, 2018
There's an impression that making dreams come true requires the miraculous.  I think, however, the difficulty of attaining a dream depends on perspective. I dreamed of flying airplanes for a... Read More

2019 Lone Star Wing Staff Officer Roster

Monday, December 10, 2018
IAW with LSW Special Order No. 2018-0006: SUBJECT:  NOTICE OF ELECTION OF WING STAFF OFFICERS     Wing Leader             - MICHAEL COBB, CAFID 1936             Year 2019      Executive Officer       – TRAVIS KEENEY,... Read More
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