USAARL Hosts Avaiation Aerospace Pipeline Students
Posted December 12th, 2017
Story & Photo by: Catherine Davis, USAARL Public Affairs Officer
The U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory hosted 100, 8th grade students during the Aviation Aerospace Pipeline Initiative tour Dec. 12.
The students, from Enterprise, Ozark, and Daleville City Schools systems, are part of the Aviation Aerospace Pipeline Initiative, which aims to prepare, train, and retain the state’s future aviation and aerospace workforce by educating local middle and high school students about career pathways for jobs in the aviation and aerospace industry.
By educating students about jobs in the aviation and aerospace fields, the students will be better informed when selecting the high school courses necessary to establish a strong educational foundation and pathway for their future career success.
Fort Rucker's support of this initiative included tours of the School of Army Aviation Medicine, Aviation Center Logistics Command, and Directorate of Simulation.