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Museum:


Rockwell Collins:
Timeline
Early History
 by: Arlo Goodyear

Early History
 by: Nancy Gibbons Zook
 from: The Iowan Magazine

Early History
 by: Ed Marriner
 from: CQ Magazine




Archives:

Our Founder:

Rockwell Collins
Museum Club:
About Us ···


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★ MUSEUM TOURS ★
Several members of our club serve as Museum Tour Guides (Docents).
The Museumm is open for tours every Wednesday from 11:30 to 1:00. The Museum is located in Building 120 by the East door. Note that this door is not open to the general public. However the Building 120 South Door is attended by a Company Guard so that, when synchronized with an available tour guide, access to the building can be arranged. We do require a picture ID when you sign in.
If you wish to arrange a SPECIAL TOUR - send a message to Becky, our Club Secretary, at tours@rockwellcollinsmuseum.org.
Include the date, time, and the number of people in your group.
 
★ ABOUT OUR MUSEUM CLUB ★
The purpose of this newly-formed club is to preserve the history and legacy of the Collins Radio Company and Rockwell Collins, Inc. in support of the following goals:
Provide a resource of historical information and material to support company activities, media, and advertising.
★ Recruiting and retaining of quality employees.
Our Principal Activities:
★ Support and operate the Company Museum.
★ Help acquire world-class artifacts for the Museum.
★ Establish and maintain a Rockwell Collins Virtual Museum on the web.
★ Collect and maintain company historically significant documents & make available to serious historical researchers.
★ Actively support student projects involving Rockwell Collins history as part of the K-12 program.
★ Create a forum for like-minded company history buffs where they can teach and learn.
 
★ N E W S ★
Your Museum Club Offiers
President:
- Position Open
Vice-president:
-Terry Lamb ( )
- vp@rockwellcollinsmuseum.org
Treasurer:
- Dick Siefers (295-4442)
- treasurer@rockwellcollinsmuseum.org
Secretary:
- Becky Woodward (295-3984)
- secretary@rockwellcollinsmuseum.org
Museum Curator:
- Mike Hynek (295-0627)
- curator@rockwellcollinsmuseum.org
Museum Website:
- Larry Tjaden (365-8160)
- website@rockwellcollinsmuseum.org

Museum Docent Volunteers
Presently, the museum is being staffed by several Tour Guide (Docent) Volunteers.
• Charley Snodgrass - 1st Wednesday
• Terry Lamb - 2nd Wednesday
• Rod Blocksome - 3rd Wednesday
• Mike Wilson - 4th Wednesday
• Jim Shanklin - 5th Wednesday
• Larry Tjaden - Standby

They’re open from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. every Wednesday.
Please extend your thanks for their generosity.

★ J O I N    O U R    C L U B ★
Interested in our company's history? Join our club and get involved.
Attend one of our meetings or one of the Rockwell Collins History CoP's.
Click below to download a copy of our Registration Form. Fill it in and send it to the indicated officer along with your Registration Fee. Registration Form
 
★ C O M I N G    E V E N T S ★
Thursday, June 1st, 2017 - 12:00 PM
Rockwell Collins History CoP
Building 106-205 Auditorium
12:00-1:00
Topic: Part II of ’The Search for Amelia Earhart’s Airplane – Expedition III’
Rod Blocksome and Bryan McCoy will present.


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