Civil Air Patrol offers Aerospace Education to its members. You can see what CAP National has to say on the subject here: https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/programs/aerospace-education/programs In preparation for the the Chuck Yeager award, there are some helpful reading materials for you available here: #1 - A Step-By-Step Guide To The Yeager Award #2 - Yeager Award Slide Presentation #3 - The Journey Of Flight - Complete E-Book We like to call these presentation materials "Yeager In A Box." Good luck on your journey into aewrospace education, and on your volunteer career with CAP!
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