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Will Rogers/Wiley Post Fly-In
National Day of Remembrance
Birthplace Ranch in Oologah
The Cherokee Nation
You will not want to miss this year's Will Rogers/Wiley Post Fly-In. This event is one of the largest Fly-Ins in
Oklahoma and the whole family will enjoy.
Admission is FREE. Donations accepted
7:30 am - 1:30 pm
Over 100 planes fly in over beautiful Oologah Lake
Plenty of room for social distancing
Free to walk up close to the planes and talk with the pilots.
Bring your lawn chairs
(if there is inclement weather, there will not be a rescheduled date and please CLICK HERE for any event updates due to weather.)
Lapel Pin is FREE to a family member who has lost a loved one in a small plane accident. Please email us the name and information and we will send them a Pin.
National Day of Remembrance
Will Rogers was America's spokesman for the new fledging mode of transportation, flying. Wiley Post was a piloting pioneer flying around the world twice and setting speed records. Both men died tragically in a small plane crash in 1935. Our National Day of Remembrance honors all those who have lost their lives in a small airplane crash.
Please join us on our Facebook page CLICK HERE. We will go LIVE at 9:55 a.m. and the ceremony will begin at 10:00 a.m.
We now have a commemorative Lapel Pin that has a painting of Will in a flight jacket with one of his quotes, "She's a beautiful day and we are flying high."
The Lapel Pin is also for sale for $5 for anyone that would like to give it as a gift or own for yourself in honor of a friend or loved one.
Names of those we Honor and Remember
Joel Fream (Richard Lloyd Jones Jr. Airport)
Bob Hudson (Grove Regional Airport)
Rick Sandoval (Weatherford-Stafford Airport)
Steven Scott (City of Mangum)
Adina and Ivan Williams III (Claremore Regional Airport)
Steve Navarre (False River Regional Airport)
John Drake (False River Regional Airport)
Joe Hartung (False River Regional Airport)
David Huffaker (False River Regional Airport)
Robert Landry, Sr. & 4 passengers from Arkansas (False River Regional Airport)
Randall Lee. Harris (Owasso)
Lt. Dale Bryan Shillington (Vance Air Force Base)
James Carroll Harris (AirOne Flight Academy)
George H. Sanders (Claremore)
Scotty Wilson (Broken Arrow)
Daniel Chester Yeager (Red Oak Iowa)
John Baxter Carder (Red Oak Iowa)
Louis Leone (Ft. Meyers, Florida)
Joseph Provenzano (Tulsa, OK)
Richard Shimer (Owasso, OK)
Lonnie Hardin (Tulsa, OK)
Bill Watson (Tulsa, OK)
Dr. William Kinsinger (Wiley Post Airport, OKC, OK)
Kenneth Ray Green II (Seminole, OK)
Dr. William Harrison (Gundy's Airport, Owasso, OK)
Trooper Chance Whiteman III
Trooper Richard Oldaker
Trooper Rondal Alexander
Ernendro Philippe (Orlando, FL)
If you would like to add anyone to this list, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
OK37 (Dog Iron Ranch), 3 NM NE of Oologah, Oklahoma (Rogers County)
N 36° 28.2′, W 95° 40.1′
Magnetic Variation: 4.1 E
Kansas City Sectional
Owner: Private, Permitted Use: Private
Position Estimated, Elevation Estimated
Common Air Traffic Frequency: 122.9