In a blog post at The Atlantic, Alan Klapmeier, co-founder of Cirrus Aircraft and now the force behind the new Kestrel Aircraft Co., talks about a recent visit he made to the National Air and Space Museum. And while Klapmeier says that anyone who loves aviation would thoroughly enjoy the museum, both on the Mall and the Steven F Udvar-Hazy Center at Dulles Airport, he adds that “everyone needs to see this place. Why? Because the history of aviation is linked to the development of our society. Behind the airplanes, spacecraft and associated artifacts is the story of people striving to do the impossible.” Read the full post here.