Son of fallen Soldier receives special tribute written by Maj. Randy Stillinger The gun salute is an honor given to those who have sacrificed their lives in defense of our country. This three-volley salute is traditionally followed by the playing of Taps and the presentation of an American flag that was draped over the coffin. […]
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The Airpower Foundation was proud to host friends and families of the foundation in a special VIP tent at the 2014 Airpower Expo at the NAS JRB in Fort Worth! Please enjoy the pictures from the two days! We were also proud to be able to draw the lucky winners for our […]
The Airpower Foundation was honored to help sponsor a welcome dinner reception for the families and friends of the American Airlines flight crew members who passed on September 11, 2001. They were all in town for a special ceremony at the C.R. Smith museum for the return of a pair of Flight Attendant […]
Nick Billig, CEO of ACProuducts, Inc, the maker of Armstrong Cabinets, located in Dallas, TX, generously donated 14 sets of Texas Ranger baseball tickets and parking passes to the Airpower Foundation to be given out to military veterans. Over the past few weeks and for the rest of the season, Wounded Warriors, Snowball Express […]
During Sky Ball X week, the Airpower Foundation along with American Airlines, were proud to host a luncheon with the American Fallen Soldiers Project to present a portrait of a true American hero to an AA Employee and his family.
The Airpower Foundation was proud to host a free concert for 3,000 military and their families on Friday night of Sky Ball week with Gary Sinise & the Lt. Dan Band. Opening acts included Jenna Jentry, and Corine Chapman. In addition to the musical entertainment, Armed Forces Insurance presented the Military Spouse of the […]
The Airpower Foundation was proud to support a new home for a very deserving hero and his family!
Brooke Army Medical Center Visit Visiting and supporting wounded warriors and their visiting families at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio is one of the most important jobs for the Airpower Foundation. Recovering from burns, amputations and assorted other war injuries, these wounded warriors learn they are not forgotten and that their sacrifice and […]