500+ CAP Members Honing Emergency Services Skills at Civil Air Patrol Academy

More than 500 Civil Air Patrol officers and cadets are participating this month in the National Emergency Services Academy, a multidisciplinary training program held July 15-28 at Camp Atterbury, a 30,000-acre Indiana National Guard facility in Edinburgh. “This is Civil Air Patrol’s largest training event,” said John Desmarais, CAP’s director of operations who founded NESA. […]

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AFA Announces 2018 National Award Winners

The Air Force Association (AFA) has announced the winners of its Lifetime Achievement, H.H. Arnold, Symington, John R. Alison, and Chairman’s Aerospace Education awards. All winners will be honored at the Air, Space & Cyber Conference on September 19, 2018 during the Air Force Birthday Dinner. The AFA Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes groups or individuals […]

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One-G Simulation Launches Youth Access Program with Placement of FAA Approved Flight Training Device at East Valley Institute of Technology

one-G simulation is intent on expanding career pathways for youth in aviation through better access to simulation. Building upon one-G Access, the industry’s only pay-per-use flight simulator program, the company launches the one-G Youth Access program with the donation of an FAA approved flight training device to East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT), a career […]

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ASA Announces 2018 Scholarships

The Aerospace States Association Chair, Wisconsin Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch recently announced that Laura Holland O’Brien a sophomore at Southwestern Illinois College has won ASA’s Rockwell Collins scholarship and Henry Sanabria a sophomore at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University has won the Edward A. O’Connor scholarship. Both scholarships were made possible through the generous donation of […]

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Flying Musicians Award 2018 Solo Scholarship Recipients

The Flying Musicians Association (FMA) has announced their 2018 FMA Solo scholarship recipients – John Laughman of Pleasant Hill, Ohio and Nathan Nothelle of Imlay City, Michigan. Nominations from all across the United States and Canada made the selection difficult. John Zapp, co-founder and President of FMA, said, “Every nominee was spectacular, but we had […]

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Aero Club Foundation of Washington Awards First Annual Scholarship to TransSTEM Academy Student

The Aero Club Foundation of Washington has selected TransSTEM Academy student J’La Carroll as its first annual scholarship recipient. Carroll has attended Washington D.C.’s TransSTEM Academy at the Francis L. Cardozo Education Campus since she was in ninth-grade, where she is a regular participant in the Foundation’s brown bag luncheon series. In her application essay, […]

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