Under the slogan "The Year of the Fighter" (2021), Fighter 2021 will present an aircraft that will be able to enter the next generation of the US Air Force's fighter jet program. This is the first of a series of planned EAA activities to highlight the program in the 2017-18 fiscal year, with a particular focus on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF).
A major issue is aerial firefighting, and the EAA will work to bring various fire-fighting aircraft to AirVenture so visitors can see them up close. The Warren facility is located at Warren Air Force Base and offers TACOM program and product managers improved access and greater involvement.
The new facility will provide more than 1,000 square meters of office space and space for additional manufacturing. Oshkosh Defense provides a global service and supply network, including full life cycle support and refurbishment, and its vehicles are known worldwide for their superior performance, reliability and protection. OshKosh Corporation (formerly Osh Kosh Truck) is a leading manufacturer and marketer of high performance vehicles, trucks and other vehicles for the U.S. military, government and private sectors. Its products are valued in companies where safety, durability, performance and reliability, quality and customer service are paramount, the company said.
In 1870, Oshkosh became the home of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) of the US Air Force and became known for its children's line. In 1969, the Eaa became too large for Rockford Municipal Airport, and the Assembly voted to move it to its current location in the east of the city, north of Interstate 94 and east of I-94.
The airport had no commercial traffic from 1928, when Northwest Airways brought mail to Oshkosh and the Fox cities. The last Great Lakes airline to be shut down after the FAA suspended federal subsidies. Wittman was chief of staff of the US Air Force at various times and a member of its board of directors.
Oshkosh has two secondary schools operated by the OshkOSH Area School District and two elementary schools. In 1959, the event was moved from its original location at the Wisconsin State Fairground, where it had been held for more than 50 years, to OshKosh. It was created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Wisconsin's victory over the Soviet Union in World War II.
Private schools in the city include Oshkosh High School, the University of Wisconsin-OshKosh School of Public Health and the Wisconsin Institute of Technology. It is a member of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Schools of Michigan.
The Becket, located on Jackson Street at the corner of Jackson Avenue, is located west of the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh School of Public Health and south of UW - OshKosh.
WIS-21 is partially or fully located on Omro Rd, and Wis-44 is mostly or partially located on Ripon Rd, with a small portion located on the east side of the road and a few blocks west of Jackson.
Oshkosh is also served by nine fixed bus lines that run between the city's two main transit centers, the University of Michigan Medical Center and the University of Madison. One of these routes also connects OshkOSH to the US Department of Health and Human Services campus in Madison, Wisconsin, and to several other Wisconsin hospitals and medical facilities. It is also home to the Winnebago Mental Health Institute, located in nearby Winne Bago, Michigan, and the Waukesha County Department of Health.
Sport fishing and boating on Lake Winnebago includes annual sturgeon hunting, trout fishing and other fish species. The Fox River State Trail connects Packerland with pasture land and leads through the town of Oshkosh, a small farming community with about 2,000 inhabitants and 1,500 inhabitants.
The Downtown Trail, also known as the River Trail or Riverwalk Trail, runs along US Route 45. The Friendship Trail runs parallel to State Highway 10 to Little Lake Butte des Morts, where it crosses Lake Winnebago, Lake Superior, Fox River and Lake Michigan. At the north end, a Tribal Heritage Crossing Trail leads through the city of Oshkosh, which is connected to downtown and the Lake of the Ozarks National Wildlife Refuge.
The Riverwalk is a flat, cobbled path that connects downtown Oshkosh with the Wiouwash Trail. The Baird Creek Trail starts at the intersection of Algoma Blvd. , Wis. 110 and the Kohler Memorial Drive Path, which is a straight, asphalt path adjacent to Kohler's Memorial Drive. AlGoma Boulevard is the Wis-110 until the US 45 is diverted onto the northwest highway.
The Devil's River State Trail stretches for more than 14 miles and connects downtown Oshkosh with the East River Trail, Wiouwash Trail and Riverwalk. It runs along a strip of smooth asphalt that winds through a reed stream and is one of the state's most popular hiking trails. The East River Trail winds for a little more than 6 miles from the Wisconsin State Fairgrounds to the eastern end of downtown.