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Napalm Explodes behind Cobra Attack Helicopter

Napalm explodes behind a Cobra Attack Helicopter hovering in front of thousands of spectators at an air and ground show at McEntire Army and Air National Guard Base in 2009. (Photo by WSM)

Maggie, Celebrate Freedom Foundation's Cobra Helicopter

Maggie flies over the tree tops and performs a flyover as thousands below cheer at 2012 Celebrate Freedom Festival in Finlay Park, Columbia, S.C. (Photo by WSM)

U.S. Army Demonstration Team Cobra Helicopter

A U.S. Army Demonstration Team Cobra Helicopter roars past thousands of spectators attending an air and ground show at McEntire Army and Air National Guard Base in 2009.  (Photo by WSM)

Black Hawk Helicopter Hovers

As thousands of spectators attending the 2009 Air and Ground Show at McEntire Army and Air National Guard Base, a Black Hawk Helicopter hovers as the pilot demonstrates the aircraft's maneuverability.  (Photo by WSM)

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Forty-Nine Students Graduate from CFF’s SOaR™ Aviation Aerospace Science Summer Camp

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Register Now!  Space is Limited!

Please click here for a copy of the 2013 SOaR™ Aviation Aerospace Science Summer Camp (STEM Camp) Application.  IMPORTANT: Please complete the form and mail it to SOaR™ Aviation Camp, Youth Learning Institute, 698 Concord Church  Road,  Pickens, S.C. 29671.

 

So far, 41 out of 50 slots have been filled for the 2013 SOaR™ Aviation Aerospace Science  Camp (STEM* Summer Camp).  The STEM Summer Camp is a week-long (July 7-13, 2013) residency program at Clemson University’s Camp Long, located in Aiken, S.C. that focuses on the physics and principles of flight, meteorology, navigation, aircraft systems, leadership development, and aviation careers.

The cost per student is only $350.00.  Students who qualify on a “first-come, first-served” basis, essentially receive a scholarship valued at $1,050.00, because it actually costs $1,400.00 for each student who attends the summer camp.  Other summer camps, offering similar programs, charge $1,800.00 per student.

The STEM Summer Camp’s curriculum is based on the Celebrate Freedom Foundation’s SOaR™ program.  The campus is designed for 50 high school students.  Each student will complete a cross-country flight and will be awarded their First Flight certificate.  Students will enjoy field trips to Eagle Aviation, S.C. Aeronautics Commission and Shaw Air Force Base. 

 

*STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

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