THREE inspirational military women, leading in their fields of Army aviation, will take to the stage at a Test Valley museum to interact and share their experiences with a live and online audience this month.
The event, called Women in Army Aviation, is part of the Army Flying Museum’s popular programme of Lockdown Lectures, which were born out of the pandemic, and will be broadcast live using the Museum’s very own web stream technology to an audience both in the museum and worldwide.
This will be the museum’s first ever hybrid event featuring a live audience and will be Hosted by lecture regular, and broadcaster, Paul Beaver, at the Middle Wallop based attraction from 7pm on Monday 18 October. The speakers include Lt Col Penny Kitson, Maj Hannah Mathers, and Capt Charlotte Joyce.
CEO Lucy Johnson said: “These women are trailblazers in their career paths, with fascinating stories to tell. We are so grateful to these amazing women for giving up their time to share some of their stories on what promises to be a fantastic evening.”
She added: “These lectures have been such a shot in the arm for the Museum over the past 16 months, they have helped us reach a global audience and share Army flying stories with thousands of people during lockdown. Now we’re able to welcome back a live audience, it will kick these events up a notch.”