Presentation for the Western Museum of Flight on 18 October 2014.

Michelle with astronauts Winston Scott and Sandy Magnus. Florida Institute of Technology AIAA on 4 February 2016.

Michelle giving her presentation on 12 June 2014 to the

Association of Naval Aviation.

Michelle at the Boeing Company in Huntington Beach for the

AIAA Orange County.

On the Outward Odyssey panel at Spacefest VI.

Andy Astronaut (Andy Monsen) reads up on The X-15 Rocket Plane at Spacefest.

Michelle with members of the Aerospace Legacy Foundation at Spacefest VI.

Cherie and Michelle at Griffith Observatory on 18 November 2014.

Preparing to start the presentation at Griffith.

The autograph line after the talk at Griffith Observatory. Dr. Ed C. Krupp, Griffith Director, is to the left of Michelle.

Michelle with members of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, San Francisco Section on 21 May 2014.

(L-R) Magaly Gonzalez, Watson Attai, Eric Wahl, Michelle, Eric Toldi, Stephanie Gowell, and Sylvee Walenczewski

The table display for the X-15 presentation at the AIAA, San Francisco.

Michelle at the Columbia Memorial Space Center on 6 April 2014.

Book signing after the talk for the AIAA, Orange County, on 22 October 2013.

The X-15 display at the Rancho Santa Margarita Library lasted for two months.

Tim Brown of the Association of Naval Aviation, presented Michelle with this certificate following her presentation.

A special showing at the Historical Society of the Upper Mojave of the 1961 movie "X-15" starring Charles Bronson and Mary Tyler Moore.

This also marked the first use of the refurbished 1/15th scale X-15A-2 model as part of the display, which also included lobby cards and stills, as well as an original movie poster.

A close-up of the 1/15th scale X-15A-2 restored model. This model was first built during the X-15 program, but was heavily damaged. The restoration was first started in the 1980s by the author, then was completed in 2015 by master model maker Jon Paige Risque.

The smaller model is a 1/72nd scale recreation of the X-15A-2 from the high speed flight of 3 October 1967, and was constructed by the author.

Michelle holding the X-15A-2 model to give a sense of scale.

Northrop X-15 Q-Ball engineer Bob Hayos meets with Michelle at the Western Museum of Flight.

Dinner with some of the students from the AIAA section in Las Vegas.

Michelle and Seth Potter at AIAA Los Angeles dinner presentation.

A different angle showing several models on display.

Michelle demostrates the B-52 mothership carrying the X-15.

North American Aviation X-15 engineer Harry Shapiro with Michelle during NAA Retirees annual luncheon event at the Proud Bird restaurant on 13 January 2016.

Students, Faculty, and Officers of the AIAA section at the Florida Institute of Technology. 4 February 2016.

Part of the crowd of 150+ people at the Western Museum of Flight.

While at the Palm Springs Air Museum to do my talk, I had the excitement of sitting in the cockpit of their F-104, which had been rolled into the hangar to serve as the backdrop for my talk that day.