Welcome to The Damcasters, a podcast covering aviation history from when Pontius was a Pilate to today and beyond, brought to you in association with the Pima Air and Space Museum.
Every week, we will be taking a fresh look at the history of both civil and military flying, from the earliest days of people jumping off of rocks and hoping to survive to the latest in unmanned flight. While it is inevitable that we will we can get a bit avgeek-y, we aim to be as inclusive as possible so that if you have even a passing interest in flight, we will have something for you.
Matt Bone is an enthusiast at heart.
After a 20+ year career in aviation, Matt continues as a Business Analyst by day and an Aviation and history buff by night. The Damcasters is Matt’s way of sharing his passion for aviation, its history and its future with others.
Pima Air and Space Museum
The Pima Air & Space Museum, in Tucson, Arizona, grew from humble beginings in 1966 to be one of the largest aviation museums in the United States (the largest non-government funded) with over 250,000 square feet of indoor display space and a collection of around 400 aircraft.
Aligning with the mission of Pima Air & Space Museum, we are proud to collaborate with The Damcasters.