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Alaska Airmen Association

The Alaska Airmen will offer a total of $10,500 in aid in 2017 to five recipients to advance skills in flying, aviation management, and maintenance. As the website notes, there are more licensed pilots per capita in Alaska than any other state, and these scholarships hope to keep it that way. Eligibility requirements include the intention to use the maintenance or flight training to work in Alaska.

Heather Goss is the Departments Editor at Air & Space.

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