Retired Lieutenant General Doug Owens is the CEO of the Lone Star Flight Museum and with him is Marshall Calderon, one of their Junior Ambassadors. He is 12 years old, has a passion for aviation and rocketry and he plans on getting his flying license before his driving license, just like one of his heroes: Neil Armstrong. He's an impressive young man passionate about technology and science and the Lone Star Flight museum is actively recruiting Junior Ambassadors like him, ages 13 to 17. They assist in running the Aviation Learning Center, the Flight Simulators, they lead activities for children, help with special events and assist in classes and camps. And since they're on Elington Field, Houstonians can not only see these old warbirds up close, they can fly in them (you did not misread!).
www.lonestarflight.org is where you need to go to find out more.