Female healthcare workers
draw syringe in sky
To mark International Women’s Day, Amanda Stahl, a 99s member who is also a medical doctor, took to the skies on Monday to celebrate International Women’s Day and the COVID-19 vaccine rollout with syringe-shaped flight plan.
After two hours in the sky, covering more than 200 nautical miles, the intricate flight plan was executed to perfection.
Greater New York Chapter awarded the
Civil Air Patrol
The Awards Review Board was impressed with the long-term effort and dedication of the Greater New York
Chapter to aerospace education,” said Col. Jack Ozer, Commander of the Northeast Region of the Civil Air Patrol (NER CAP). “It is clear this organization, and its individual members, have made aerospace education one of their primary missions. Their special focus on reaching Girl Scouts and teenage young women is critically important at this time when the breadth and depth of careers in S.T.E.M. and aerospace is wide open to them.”
Scotty Weber seaplane training in Montana
Scholarship winners reaching goals
Zineb awarded Fly Now Scholarship
Zineb Louriqate passed her private pilot written exam!
She also recently completed her master’s degree at
Cornell University, and will soon begin a new job at
Edwards Air Force Base.
"My goal is to be involved with aircraft design, and earning my private pilot certificate is the beginning to achieving my goals in aerospace. It wouldn’t be possible without the support of the Ninety-Nines and receiving the Fly Now Award. I am very grateful for the assistance to complete my private pilot certificate."