Cadette Aviation Badge
Mary Hawley Myers was the first woman to pilot her own aircraft in 1880. Suzanne Asbury-Oliver is the world's first and only professional female skywriter. Willa Brown was the first African American female to earn a US pilot's license (1938). Each of these innovative women in aviation have a story that still resonates today. Are you ready to see how aviation can change you? Begin telling your own story with these next steps.
Badge requirements provided free with any quantity badge purchase:
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Proceeds: 100% of sales proceeds provide scholarships for girls and young women to fund private pilot classes and aviation licensing fees via Kentucky Bluegrass Ninety Nines Chapter of The Ninety-Nines International Organization of Women Pilots.
Badge Requirements: Included with purchase, you will receive one 4-page, color-printed pamphlet outlining the 5 Steps (Preflight, Taxi, Takeoff, Flight, and Landing) of earning requirements for the Cadette-age girl to earn her Aviation Badge. Purchasers may make non-modified pamphlet copies without restriction.
Colors: Red, Light Blue, Dark Green, White, Orange, Yellow, Black
Size: Regulation size
Shape: Diamond (regulation style)
Application: Sew, Iron-On or Glue (adhesive not included)
Origin: United States Designed, Manufactured in China
Shipping: 2-5 business days via USPS First Class Mail (except international or where noted)
Only individuals completing the aviation badge skill-building requirements should earn, wear or have the Cadette Aviation badge presented to them!
Order can be completed through our online order form, or via phone, email or text when you contact us today!