Flight Through Time
Spectators visiting the United States Air Force's "Flight Through Time" exhibit at A.C. Jones High School in this undated photo saw a fast-paced multimedia presentation. The program, shown in a 36-seat mobile theater, illustrated the progress of aviation from Leonardo da Vinci's dreams of manned flight to man's landing on the moon. Visitors to the theater simultaneously view five screens, which cover a horizontal distance of 20 feet. Fifteen slide projectors use more than 900 visuals during the 20-minute show. A stereo sound system is also featured. "Flight Through Time" received the gold medal for best multimedia documentary at the 1975 International Film and TV Festival in New York. The exhibit was sponsored by principal Lester McCoy in cooperation with the U.S. Air Force.