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During the re-dedication, new information

A special tour has been

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"In the Footsteps of the

This tour includes the Michael

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Major Greg Frazier and Eagle Scout John Bodylski at the original dedication.

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Several members of Mike's family join with the creator of the memorial, his advisor, and an X-15 pilot at the original dedication.

(L-R) Dan Adams, Greg Frazier, John Bodylski, Brent Adams, George Adams, X-15 Pilot Bill Dana, And David Adams.

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The overall scene at the original dedication.

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The Adams Memorial as it appeared in May 2005, one year after the original dedication.

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The Adams Memorial as it appeared in November 2011.

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The Adams Memorial as it appeared in June 2016. The re-dedication included the unveiling of new display panels in the frame behind the original monument.

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The new information panels unpacked and ready to mount in the kiosk.

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Michelle takes a photo of the refurbished information kiosk.

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The new sign at the entrance to the site.

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The overall site on the day prior to the re-dedication.

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Bob Kline, Rob Enriquez, and Sergio Cortez, place the fabric across the panels.

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Patrick Macha brought two Topping X-15 models.

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Major Greg Frazier greets John Bodylski.

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Greg Frazier and Jewel Hanson with Linda and Tom Rosquin. Tom is also known as the godfather of aviation archeology.

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With the fabric in place to cover the new panels, Michelle Evans begins the ceremony.

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Major Greg Frazier introduces the color guard.

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The Sons of the American Revolution, Kern chapter, provided the color guard.

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John Bodylski talks with the gathered guests.

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A crowd of people and cars surround the site during the ceremony.

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A friend of Mike Adams, Jerry Reed, shares his recollections of the pilot.

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Dave Stoddard worked in the X-15 Rocket Shop.

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At the completion of the ceremony, guests check out the new display panels. and the rest of the site

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Bob Kline and Michelle Evans in front of the new kiosk.

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Two children look over the memorial.

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Greg Frazier, Michelle Evans, John Bodylski, and his mother, Debbie.

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X-15 pilot Maj. Gen.Joe Engle sent a letter for the event, which was presented to John.

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Jerry Reed, who spoke on behalf of Mike Adams, also sported an X-15 t-shirt.

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Greg, John, and Michelle with one of the Patrick Macha's X-15 models.

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John and Debbie discuss the new panels, with Jerry Floyd looking on.

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Rob Enriquez and Sergio Cortez, two of the people primarily responsible for the expansion of the Adams Memorial.

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Will Liebscher and Joseph Beachboard check out the display at the Ridgecrest AIAA presentation on May 17th.

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Following the re-dedication, guests gathered at The General Store in Randsburg for lunch, prior to the X-15 presentation at the Opera House later that afternoon.

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The Randsburg Opera House where the X-15 presentation took place.

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Inside the Opera House, Michelle signs copies of her book.

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Greg signs Michelle's copy of her book.

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Michelle during her X-15 presentation at the Opera House.

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Ridgecrest Event Flyer

Randsburg Event Flyer

Adams Memorial Panel 1

This panel describes the X-15, its mission, and the pilots.

Maj. Gen. Joe Engle Letter to John Bodylski

Adams Memorial Panels 2 & 3

Panel 2 provides a background on Mike Adams.

Panel 3 describes the final mission and what occurred.

Adams Memorial Panel 4

This panel tells of the original memorial and how it came to be, along with a duplicate image of what is on the face of the Incolnel X panel created by John Bodylski.