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  • ScholarshipAnd Cadet Flight Indoctrination Program Cadet Flight Indoctrination Program
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  • About Us Fraternal Organization of heavier than air military pilots, active and retired Fraternal Organization of heavier than air military pilots, active and retired Over 13,500 members Over 13,500 members Worldwide network of 89 flights Worldwide network of 89 flights
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  • History Genesis in 1921 when B/Gen Billy Mitchell urged creation of organization to honor WWI American military pilots Genesis in 1921 when B/Gen Billy Mitchell urged creation of organization to honor WWI American military pilots Established in 1934 to perpetuate the spirit of patriotism, love of country, memories, sad and pleasant, of the service during WWI of American airmen and to further cement comradeship which bound them together during that period Established in 1934 to perpetuate the spirit of patriotism, love of country, memories, sad and pleasant, of the service during WWI of American airmen and to further cement comradeship which bound them together during that period
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  • The Objectives of the Order of Daedalians Promote Air & Space Power in support of National Defense. Educate Americans to the advantages of Air & Space Power. Promote the rewards of a career in military aviation to young Americans. Honor the legacy of our Founder Members and all who have flown in defense of our nation. Encourage and recognize improvements in Flight Safety, Weapons Development, Combat Support and the overall effectiveness of Air & Space Power. Recognize exceptional performance by military pilots
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  • How We Do That Comprehensive awards program Comprehensive awards program Scholarship programs Scholarship programs Cadet flight Cadet flight indoctrination indoctrination program program
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  • Safety Awards MAJOR GENERAL BENJAMIN D. FOULOIS MEMORIAL AWARD: A Daedalian trophy and safety of flight award presented annually to the Major Air Command of the United States Air Force determined by the Chief of Staff, USAF, to have achieved the best flying safety record during the award period. (The original Daedalian trophy; first awarded in 1938.) MAJOR GENERAL BENJAMIN D. FOULOIS MEMORIAL AWARD: A Daedalian trophy and safety of flight award presented annually to the Major Air Command of the United States Air Force determined by the Chief of Staff, USAF, to have achieved the best flying safety record during the award period. (The original Daedalian trophy; first awarded in 1938.) ADMIRAL JAMES S. RUSSELL NAVAL AVIATION FLIGHT SAFETY AWARD: A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually to the United States Navy Flying unit selected by the Chief of Naval Operations as having the most effective flight safety accident prevention program. (First awarded in 1978.) ADMIRAL JAMES S. RUSSELL NAVAL AVIATION FLIGHT SAFETY AWARD: A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually to the United States Navy Flying unit selected by the Chief of Naval Operations as having the most effective flight safety accident prevention program. (First awarded in 1978.) BRIGADIER GENERAL CARL I. HUTTON MEMORIAL AWARD: A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually to the United States Army unit determined by the Department of the Army to have demonstrated outstanding professionalism and to have made invaluable contributions to the advancement of flight safety in Army Aviation. (First awarded in 1978.) BRIGADIER GENERAL CARL I. HUTTON MEMORIAL AWARD: A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually to the United States Army unit determined by the Department of the Army to have demonstrated outstanding professionalism and to have made invaluable contributions to the advancement of flight safety in Army Aviation. (First awarded in 1978.)
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  • Safety Awards (cont) BRIGADIER GENERAL FRANK P. LAHM MEMORIAL AWARD FOR FLIGHT SAFETY: A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually to the flying training wing adjudged by the Commander, Air Education and Training command, USAF, to have the most effective flight safety program during the previous calendar year. (First awarded in 1979.) BRIGADIER GENERAL FRANK P. LAHM MEMORIAL AWARD FOR FLIGHT SAFETY: A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually to the flying training wing adjudged by the Commander, Air Education and Training command, USAF, to have the most effective flight safety program during the previous calendar year. (First awarded in 1979.) LIEUTENANT GENERAL ALLEN M. BURDETT, JR., ARMY AVIATION FLIGHT SAFETY AWARD: A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually to the Army aviation training unit adjudged by the Commanding General, TRADOC, to have the most effective aircraft accident prevention program. (First awarded in 1970.) LIEUTENANT GENERAL ALLEN M. BURDETT, JR., ARMY AVIATION FLIGHT SAFETY AWARD: A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually to the Army aviation training unit adjudged by the Commanding General, TRADOC, to have the most effective aircraft accident prevention program. (First awarded in 1970.) ADMIRAL JOHN H. TOWERS FLIGHT SAFETY AWARD: A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually to that training squadron of the Naval Air Training Command adjudged by the Chief of Naval Air Training to have achieved an outstanding record in its mission-oriented flight safety program. (First awarded in 1968.) ADMIRAL JOHN H. TOWERS FLIGHT SAFETY AWARD: A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually to that training squadron of the Naval Air Training Command adjudged by the Chief of Naval Air Training to have achieved an outstanding record in its mission-oriented flight safety program. (First awarded in 1968.)
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  • Airmanship Awards DAEDALIAN EXCEPTIONAL PILOT AWARDS: A Daedalian trophy presented annually to a pilot selected by each service: The U.S. Army, the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Marine Corps, the U.S. Coast Guard, and the U.S. Air Force. Selection is based on exceptional deeds performed to assure mission success, acts of valor as an aviator, or an extraordinary display of courage or leadership in the air in support of air operations. (First awarded in 1999.) DAEDALIAN EXCEPTIONAL PILOT AWARDS: A Daedalian trophy presented annually to a pilot selected by each service: The U.S. Army, the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Marine Corps, the U.S. Coast Guard, and the U.S. Air Force. Selection is based on exceptional deeds performed to assure mission success, acts of valor as an aviator, or an extraordinary display of courage or leadership in the air in support of air operations. (First awarded in 1999.) LIEUTENANT GENERAL HAROLD L. GEORGE CIVILIAN AIRMANSHIP AWARD: A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually to the pilot, copilot and/or crew of a United States certified commercial airline selected by a Federal Aviation committee to have demonstrated ability, judgment and/or heroism above and beyond normal operational requirements. (First awarded in 1956.) LIEUTENANT GENERAL HAROLD L. GEORGE CIVILIAN AIRMANSHIP AWARD: A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually to the pilot, copilot and/or crew of a United States certified commercial airline selected by a Federal Aviation committee to have demonstrated ability, judgment and/or heroism above and beyond normal operational requirements. (First awarded in 1956.) ORVILLE WRIGHT ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: A Daedalian award presented to outstanding graduates of the undergraduate pilot training schools of the USAF Air Education and Training Command, the Naval Air Training Command, and to outstanding graduates of the Army Aviation School. (First awarded in 1960.) ORVILLE WRIGHT ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: A Daedalian award presented to outstanding graduates of the undergraduate pilot training schools of the USAF Air Education and Training Command, the Naval Air Training Command, and to outstanding graduates of the Army Aviation School. (First awarded in 1960.)
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  • Achievement Awards DAEDALIAN WEAPONS SYSTEM AWARD: The Colonel Franklin C. Wolfe Memorial. A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually but successively to recipients) in the Army, Navy or Air Force selected by the respective service to have made the major contributions to the development of an outstanding weapon system in use by that service. (First awarded in 1970.) DAEDALIAN WEAPONS SYSTEM AWARD: The Colonel Franklin C. Wolfe Memorial. A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually but successively to recipients) in the Army, Navy or Air Force selected by the respective service to have made the major contributions to the development of an outstanding weapon system in use by that service. (First awarded in 1970.) MAJOR GENERAL WARREN R. CARTER LOGISTICS READINESS AWARD: A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually to the USAF unit at Base Level selected by the Chief of Staff, USAF, as having achieved the best supply effectiveness record in the United States Air Force in support of mission aircraft and/or weapons. (First awarded in 1962.) MAJOR GENERAL WARREN R. CARTER LOGISTICS READINESS AWARD: A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually to the USAF unit at Base Level selected by the Chief of Staff, USAF, as having achieved the best supply effectiveness record in the United States Air Force in support of mission aircraft and/or weapons. (First awarded in 1962.) MAJOR GENERAL CLEMENTS MCMULLEN WEAPONS SYSTEM MAINTENANCE AWARD: A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually to a USAF unit (Wing Level) determined by Headquarters USAF to have the best weapon system maintenance record for the preceding calendar year. (First awarded in 1960.) MAJOR GENERAL CLEMENTS MCMULLEN WEAPONS SYSTEM MAINTENANCE AWARD: A Daedalian trophy and award presented annually to a USAF unit (Wing Level) determined by Headquarters

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