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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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Nine UMD Students Awarded 2020 Vertical Flight Foundation Scholarships
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Johnson Earns First Place in Research Competition
AIAA Awards Received by Clark School Alumnus, Students
Dr. Leishman and Johnson receive Lindenbaum Award in Montreal
Senior, Brad Johnson receives two distinctions

April 23, 2007


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