Temporary Quarters

When Embry-Riddle moved from Miami to Daytona Beach, it turned a local hotel into a residence hall

From Sea to Air

How Corinne Smith launched a flight training career at Embry-Riddle’s Seaplane Base

Apollo 1 Remembered

Gerald W. Zimmerman (’58, MC, Non-degree) recalls the aerospace tragedy of 1967.

Miami Memories

“I came to appreciate the order of magnitude difference in aviation mechanic disciplines, compared with the … maintenance on my 1928 Model A Ford.”

The Latin American Department

Centenarian ‘Zalo’ Lopez-Garzón (’43, MC) was one of the first international students at Embry-Riddle’s School of Aviation.

Operation Bootstrap

In order to thrive, Embry-Riddle needed a cohesive campus with direct access to a runway. Tamiami Airport was closing, and a move became inevitable.