Extra-vehicular activity, or EVA—working outside a spacecraft—changed the nature of human spaceflight. This exhibition presents art, photography, artifacts, and personal accounts to explore EVA and contribute to its ongoing story.
This exhibit will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to appreciate the genius of Leonardo da Vinci in the same space as the Wright Flyer, which made the airplane a reality four centuries after the Leonardo produced the Codex on the Flight of Birds.
"Fly Marines!" presents a broad selection of works from the National Museum of the Marine Corps collection that documents the history of Marine aviation from its birth and growth in the early 20th century.