Announcements Archive

DoTM for May 2024

Posted on 05/07/2024 by Pat Leclerc

This month's DOTM we will be recreating the famous flight of the french build airplane,The White Bird. 

This recreation of the disappearance of the first non-stop transatlantic attempt between Paris and New York City is 97 years old this May. Less than two weeks later, Charles Lindbergh successfully made the New York–Paris journey and claimed the prize in the Spirit of St. Louis.

You will be taking off from Paris-Le Bourget Airport (LFPB)... Read in full

First half of 2023

Posted on 07/03/2023 by Pat Leclerc

Now that the first half of 2023 is behind us I wanted to share some numbers Mirage reached during this time.


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Mirage has a New CEO

Posted on 03/31/2023 by Jerry Hayman

Today I want you all to know MEC157 Pat Leclerc will be taking over as our CEO.  For several years now Pat and I have been working together on all the things that happen in the background and what it takes to make these systems we use run.   Last week I asked him to replace me as CEO and he said he would.

At this time let's all welcome him to the CEO position and I ask that you give him all the wonderful support you have given me for the last decade.   It has been an honor to be a... Read in full

Mirage 11th Anniversary

Posted on 03/01/2023 by Jerry Hayman

Today is the Mirage 11th anniversary. We were born on 3/1/2012 through the efforts of Jonathan Enger (our founder). Congrats to you all that make this VA live on because of all your support. Thank you for that. Enjoy the day.

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Aleutian Islands Tour

Posted on 02/15/2023 by Jerry Hayman

The Aleutian Islands are a chain of 14 large volcanic islands and 55 smaller islands. Most of the Aleutian Islands belong to the U.S. state of Alaska, but some belong to the Russian federal subject of Kamchatka Krai. They form part of the Aleutian Arc in the Northern Pacific Ocean, occupying a land area of 6,821 sq mi  

In June 1942, during World War II, Japanese troops invaded and occupied Attu and Kiska islands. Preparations by U.S. forces to oust the Japanese began shortly thereafter. Attu was retaken after a short but bloody battle... Read in full

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