Thursday, September 6, 2012

Able Flight on Cover of Flight Training

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Flight Training Magazine cover
Able Flight On Cover of Flight Training Magazine

The October 2012 issue of Flight Training magazine features Able Flight pilot Wesley Major on the cover, and a wonderfully written and extensive feature by Jill Tallman on the inside.
Tillman traveled to Purdue with photographer Jason Boyer to meet with the six students and their instructors during Able Flight's third annual joint training program with Purdue's Department of Aviation Technology.
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Able Flight is proud to announce that it has received a $4000 Quality of Life grant from the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation. The grant was awarded to support technical or academic aviation career training for a wounded veteran.
For information on how to apply for this scholarship, visit the Scholarships page on Able Flight's website and download the Career Training Scholarship application form.  

Kevin Crombie earned his license while training at Purdue in 2011, and soon moved to Indiana and began classes at a local community college. He was recently accepted as a full time student at Purdue's Department of Aviation Technology.
With a grant from the TBMOPA Foundation, Able Flight has awarded Kevin a scholarship to support his training for a degree in Aviation Management.

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