Jeannette Remak is a military aviation historian, researcher, author, and artist. She served as the Aircraft Historian for the Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum for six years and aided the National Museum of the USAF in the restoration of the A-12 Blackbird. She has worked as a consultant for a number of Aviation Museums including the National Museum of the USAF.
She holds a master’s degree in Aviation Science and a degree in Commercial Photography. Ms. Remak is also an aviation artist which has a number of paintings in the Air Force Art Program including paintings in the book: “Magnificent Showcase—The History of the USAF Art Program” by Dr. Timothy Keck.
Jeannette has studied Fine Art at the School of Visual Arts, NYC, and York College Fine Arts, NYC Institute of Photography and Northwestern Int’l University. She is listed in Who’s Who Among American Women 2018. Jeannette Remak is a lifelong New Yorker, but has traveled extensively. She was born in Queens, NY and currently resides in Sunnyside, NY.