PRLog - Dec. 14, 2012 - PALM COAST, Fla. -- Contact: Colonel Jack Howell
The VMC presents a check for $2,500 to Teens-In-Flight.
Palm Coast, FL – It is with great pleasure that Teens-In-Flight announces their newest sponsor: The Warrior Brotherhood Veterans Motorcycle Club (VMC).
The VMC has agreed to assist in the sponsorship of Teens-In-Flight. They will play a major role in assisting Teens-In-Flight as they expand their operations in 2013 to Fort Benning, GA, Fort Bragg, NC and Camp Lejune, NC.
The Warrior Brotherhood Veterans Motorcycle Club is a not-for-profit fraternal organization that was formed to provide a fraternal organization for qualified military veterans who have served, or are currently serving, in the Armed Forces of the United States or US Allied Nations.
The membership of the organization is comprised entirely of active duty, reserve, retired, and honorably discharged veterans who have served in the US or Allied Military. The organization is established to provide a strong sense of pride and mutual support for Veterans who have served their country. The organization will also promote a positive image of military Veterans and motorcycles.
In the picture, Warrior Brotherhood VMC president Jeff "Rocky" Puritis (green shirt) presents a check for $2500.00 to Teens-In-Flight president Jack D. Howell. Standing to the far left with vest is Teens-In-Flight Board Member Steve Lunsford and to the right of Jeff Puritis is Warrior Brotherhood VMC treasure Bob Reed.
Teens-In-Flight is a 501(C) 3 foundation formed to support the families of our military. Through the modem of aerospace education we open the doors of opportunity. Teens-In-Flight provides flight training and aviation maintenance scholarships to those teens that have lost a parent in the Global War on Terrorism or, is the teen of a parent who was wounded in action and is disabled. Another phase of the program also focuses on selected teens that are considered "at risk" within our community by providing a positive aviation intervention experience. The program could not exist without the generous donations of our partner FourStarAero, a private aviation company that donates office space, flight instructors, and the aircraft for Teens-In-Flight students. FourStarAero is owned by father and son partners Wayne and Josh Jackson. Josh is the chief flight instructor for Teens-In-Flight.
More information on Teens in Flight can be found on their website at www.teens-in-