About the Museum
GLMMAM's Mission, Vision and Values
Educate, Inspire and Preserve
Educate people of all ages about aviation and space endeavors in Maryland; past, present, and future.
Inspire people of all ages by delivering experiences that nurture and accelerate aerospace “dreams”.
Preserve Maryland aerospace history and artifacts.
Transition into The Maryland Aerospace Heritage Center
Become the historical anchor and regional center of aerospace education excellence in Maryland.
Celebrate the aviation and spaceflight heritage of Maryland.
Provide exceptional aerospace experiences for all.
Enthusiastically support the growth of Maryland aerospace industry, and challenge all generations to “Look to the Stars”.
A skilled, motivated, diverse Volunteer team is the “backbone” of our museum.We provide opportunity for all to share their talents and ideas.
Today’s youth are tomorrow’s aerospace professionals. We support and encourage them to achieve their goals.
We conduct our business with sound and fair principles.We welcome all visitors with courtesy and respect.
To remain current and relevant, we constantly look to improve our operations and systems.We welcome visitor and staff feedback for new ideas and trends.
We have a unique opportunity to present our legacy, and to influence the next generation.The museum experience we offer must be innovative and exceptional for all.
Maryland has a rich aviation and aerospace history, which the Museum has been preserving since 1990.
Much of this aviation history was made in Middle River, Maryland by the Glenn L. Martin Company (later Martin Marietta).
You can discover and explore this history in the Museum where you will find history you can touch, and more than a dozen aircraft on display, including three built by the Glenn L. Martin Company in Middle River.
The Museum's archives, containing plans, documents, research models, aircraft tools, and components, as well as an indexed collection of more than 200,000 aviation and company photographs, is an important resource for researchers.
The Museum offers educational programs for all ages, from a free monthly speaker series to special tours for schools and other groups.
The Museum is registered as a 501(c)(3) organization with the I.R.S. and as a charity with the state of Maryland.
Board Chair Joe Corteal
Board of Directors
Executive Director John Einhaus
Assistant to the Executive Director Nancy Zellinger
Director of Facilities/Operations Ted Cooper
Director of Education Jane and Joe Toskes
Director of Administration Paul Besse
Director of Finance James Hayes
Director of Communications Rick Frattali
Museum Guides John O'Donnell
Public Relations Debi Wynn
Treasurer Theresa Brinkerhoff
Curator/Archivist Stan Piet
Volunteer Coordinator Rick Frattali
GLMMAM belongs to the following associations:
AASLH - American Association For State and Local History
GBHA - Greater Baltimore History Alliance
SMA - Small Museum Association