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Airpower Foundation receives The George Alexander Memorial Volunteer Service Award from the BAVF

Airpower Foundation Chairman, Sid Eppes, attended a special ceremony in Washington D.C. where he accepted the award on behalf of the foundation and all of our amazing volunteers! Presenting the award was Blinded American Veteran Foundation President, Michael Jernigan.

About the award:

The George Alexander Volunteer Service Award was created in memorial of a friend of American veterans who was quite simply known as “Mr. Volunteer.”

Rarely in the limelight. Always there in the trenches. Never asking for credit, even when it was so truly warranted. Almost embarrassed when the richly deserved credit was given. No project was too small or forbidden to try and tackle. No task was too small or seemingly unimportant that he would not put forth his total commitment and boundless energy.

For George Alexander, the miles have been traveled, the promises kept. May he sleep well, knowing that others, in his name, will continue to strive to match his standards of caring and dedication.

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