Local Chapters of the League...have been forming since 1990. If you would like to get involved and attend a regional chapter meeting there are a number across the U.S. from which to choose.
The Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) chapter meets the third Saturday of odd-numbered months. Our home-base is the birthplace of the League in the Historic Aviation Collection room of the Eugene McDermott Library at the University of Texas, Dallas: 800 W Campbell Rd, Dallas TX.
We try to alternate meetings at UTD with other relevant nearby locations of interest such as the Cavanaugh Museum of Flight or the The Frontiers of Flight Museum.
We have an active group with turnouts ranging from 5-12 attendees thus far. For 2014 we look forward to a full schedule of informative presentations, fascinating activities and good-natured comraderie as WWI aviation details, insights and mysteries are considered and discussed.
DFW League meetings are open to anyone interested in learning more about WWI aviation. Of course, we are always welcoming new members as well
The Blog for for the Dallas Fort Worth Chapter can be found here:
The Blog for for the Mid-Atlantic Regional Chapter can be found here:
Meets quarterly in central Ohio, typically in Dayton. The 'Dayton Area Chapter' has recently formed to promote the study and promotion of WWI aviation history in the 'birthplace of aviation'. The 15 - 20 members come from Toledo, Cincinnatti, Columbus and Dayton. They currently have a Facebook Page To learn more about this dedicated group of WWI historians please contact: