2018 Seminar

 We are returning to the NMUSAF on Sept. 19-21, timed to coincide with the dedication of the League-sponsored World War I Monument on Sept. 21, and the Dawn Patrol Rendezvous (Sept. 22-23). Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with ideas, or to volunteer either with planning or at the seminar. Registration is $225 until August 15, after which it will be $250. Registration is available through the OTF Shop.

Accomodations will again be at the Hope Hotel and Conference Center; this year the meetings will also be there, with transportation to the Air Force Museum for the dedication of the League-funded Monument. 

Wednesday Evening, September 19th

Registration and social venue to indulge in hangar flying with old acquaintances and new friends.

Thursday, September 20th

A full day of presentations by leading experts at the Hope Hotel and Conference Center

Friday September 21st.

Another day of presentations on our favorite subject.

Friday Morning - More presentations leading to an early afternoon dedication ceremony for the League sponsored WW 1 Memorial at the National Museum of the USAF. The dedication will feature honored guests and fly-overs by the dawn patrol airplanes and, weather permitting, aircraft from the 9th Bomb Wing.

Friday evening will be a mixer with the Dawn Patrol Rendezvous pilots and ground crews at the Museum with heavy hors d’oeuvres. There is a $25 additional fee for a guest at the mixer.

Lodging is not included in the registration fee, but we have arranged for a special low rate for all attendees who stay at the Hope Hotel and Conference Center: $104 per night for single or double accommodation. The rate includes breakfast. Please reserve your room by 28 August 2018 to take advantage of the group rate.To reserve your room, call 937-879-2696 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Be sure to mention our group – “The League of WW I Aviation Historians”.