The NVAHOF is a non-profit Nevada Corporation whose purpose is to educate the public regarding the history of Aviation in Nevada and the contribution of those Nevada citizens that had a major impact on Nevada and worldwide aviation. Some of the more famous of these citizens participated in early airmail flights, the first around the world flight, World War II classified programs, hypersonic X-15 pilots who earned their astronaut wings as they flew over central Nevada, the XB-70, A-12, and YF-12 Mach 3+ programs, the many prototypes that flew missions or flight tests in Nevada. In addition, personnel that contributed to the NERVA, Rover, and other nuclear projects associated with aerospace in the state of Nevada and those who served their country with honor while flying combat tours in the many wars of the United States. Your help is vital to the success of these efforts. Nevada Aerospace Hall of Fame membership is open to any individual or organization, public or private, interested in preserving the history of aerospace in Nevada.