A 501 (C) 3 FOUNDATION FORMED TO SUPPORT THE FAMILIES OF OUR MILITARY.
Through the modem of aerospace education we open the doors of opportunity. Teens-In-Flight provides full flight training and aviation maintenance scholarships to those teens that have lost a parent or sibling serving on active duty in the armed forces of the United States of America or is a teen or sibling of a parent who was wounded in action and is severely disabled while on active duty. We are well aware that these teens are suffering from Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) and we use aviation as a conduit for helping them cope and heal. Another phase of our program also focuses on selected teens that are considered "at risk" within our communities by providing a positive aviation intervention experience.
TEENS-IN-FLIGHT IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE OUR PLANS FOR EXPANSION THROUGHOUT THE NATION. OUR EXPANSION IS DIRECTED TO, AND AROUND, MILITARY INSTALLATIONS TO BETTER SERVE THE CHILDREN OF THE SERVICE MEMBERS WHO HAVE LOST THEIR LIFE IN THE WAR ON TERROR IN IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN. TEENS-IN-FLIGHT ANTICIPATES OUR PROGRAMS AT FORT BRAGG, NC, CAMP LEJUNE, NC, FORT HOOD, TX AND FORT BLISS, TX THIS YEAR. PROGRAM EXPANSION COULD NOT BE POSSIBLE WITHOUT OUR BENEFACTORS, THE FAA, AND THE STEPHEN M. PRICE FOUNDATION . THIS IS OUR EFFORT TO HELP THESE FAMILIES BEGIN THE HEALING PROCESS AND TO SHOW OUR APPRECIATION TO OUR ARMED FORCES MEMBERS WHO HAVE SACRIFICED ALL FOR OUR FREEDOM.
TEENS-IN-FLIGHT ALSO HAS FLIGHT ORIENTATION PROGRAMS FOR THOSE TEENS OF FALLEN WARRIORS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS.
So proud of my Teens-In-Flight Instructor and surrogate son Rem Houser. Rem just flew this Boeing 747-400 from Cincinnati, OH to Honolulu, HI. Happy and safe flying!
Captain Zack Laser USMC and he fly's the Marine Corps F-35 Strike Fighter. He is a former instructor for Teens In Flight.