To preserve the Legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen and encourage post-secondary education among the youth of our community particularly in Aviation, Aerospace, and other Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) career Fields.
The Sky Is NOT the Limit
Hands On - Minds On Aerospace Immersion Camps that expose our cadets to dynamic careers that can take them from poverty to upper middle class in one generation!
Gen "Fig" Newton Aviation Camp
Aviation “Ground School”
Aviation Career Tours
Five Day All Aspect Aviation Intensive
Interdisciplinary project-based learning
Deep aviation community partnerships
Design-Build-Fly High Power Rocket
Broad subject matter inspirational tours
Hands on active learning
National Radio Astronomy Observatory
Very Large Array
NASA/Range Control Facilities
Museum of Space History
Design-Build-Fly “Touch Space,” high altitude balloon
The Tuskegee Airmen
Their Legacy Is Just as Relevant Today
- Determination, Persistence, & Excellence In All You Do
The Tuskegee Airmen demonstrated that African Americans, when afforded the opportunity, have the mental and physical abilities required to be effective military leaders and combat pilots. Their performance helped pave the way for the desegregation of the military beginning in 1948.
The Airmen were not just pilots or even all males. They were bombardiers, navigators, mechanics, technicians, radio operators, medical personnel, air traffic controllers, and others. Also included were Caucasian officers, Native Americans, Caribbean islanders, Latinos, and people of mixed racial heritage.