September 10, 2014: Adding to its expanding aerospace education mission, Wings Over the Rockies launched a new Aerospace Exploring Post at Centennial Airport. Twenty-two high school students attended an orientation meeting at the Centennial Airport tower, hosted by Wings staff and adult volunteers. As part of the Boy Scouts of America’s new Learning for Life program, Wings’ sponsorship of the career exploration program will provide high school students monthly exposure careers in aerospace. Carl Corns, Director of Operations at One Flight International, is the Post Leader. Youth leaders include Patrick Ivers, Nathan Graham and William McCormick. Future meetings were planned at Aspen Flying Club, Wings Over the Rockies, ULA, United Flight Training Center and the Air Force Academy. More information will be made available on the Wings website, www.WingsMuseum.org.
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