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The Vertical Flight Foundation was established in 1967 as the philanthropic arm of the American Helicopter Society. Governed by a Board of Trustees, the Foundation's operation is made possible solely through voluntary tax-deductible contributions.

This year five students from the department of Aerospace Engineering are recipients of the Vertical Flight Foundation Awards. Congratulations to our winners:

Eric Greewood - Doctoral recipient

Bradley Johnson ? Masters recipient

Greg Hiemenz - Doctoral recipient

Joe Conroy ? Doctoral recipient

Ben Woods - Masters recipient

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Three UMD students Awarded Vertical Flight Foundation Scholarships
AGRC is a Vertical Lift Research Center of Excellence
Johnson Earns First Place in Research Competition
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Dr. Leishman and Johnson receive Lindenbaum Award in Montreal
Senior, Brad Johnson receives two distinctions

April 23, 2007


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