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5. The R22/R44 Maintenance Course – Designed to support a
Whirly-Girl with a maintenance background and an interest in
pursuing a maintenance career with training at the Robinson
helicopters facility in California.
6. Flight Safety International Bell 206 Initial Pilot Scholarship – This
program includes initial-type training, recurrent training, and
inadvertent IMC training using the world’s first Bell 206 FAA
level-7 qualified flight training device (FTD). Two scholarships
7. Western Helicopters Advanced Mountain Flight Training
Scholarship – This scholarship is provided in memory of
WG#1339 Keiko Minakata and is designed to teach skills
related to flying in turbulence, rugged terrain, and landing
8. Survival Systems USA Aircraft Ditching Course Scholarship –
Located in Groton, Connecticut, Survival Systems provides
twoscholarships to teach pilots the knowledge and skills
necessary to react safely to an aircraft ditching emergency.
9. Whirly-Girls Memorial Flight Training Scholarship – This
scholarship is given in memory of our founder, WG#13 Jean
Ross Howard Phelan, her husband Jim Phelan, and WG#84
Doris Mullen, who lost her life in a fixed wing accident in 1968.
It offers up to $8,000 for any Whirly-Girl to upgrade her current
rating at a school of her choice.
10. Whirly-Girls Helicopter Add-On Flight Training Scholarship
Designed for female pilots rated in aircraft other than
helicopters, this scholarship provides assistance for a rated
female pilot in earning her add-on helicopter rating.
11. Air Evac Lifeteam Bell 206 Initial Training Scholarship – Air Evac
provides a scholarship for initial Bell 206 training at the Bell
Helicopter training facility.
12. Aviation Specialties Unlimited Initial Night Vision Goggle Flight
Training Scholarship – This scholarship provides a logbook
endorsement, classroom and flight training in Boise, Idaho.
Download the scholarship application from http://www.whirlygirls.
org/wg-scholarships, and submit applications to WG#1207 Charlotte
Hildebrand, VP of Scholarships, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
60th Anniversary Logo Contest
Whirly-Girls International will celebrate their Diamond Anniversary
in 2015 and have a call out for a new special 60th anniversary logo
for the organization.
“ We are looking for a logo that symbolizes what Whirly-Girls means
to our members,” said Stanger. “Contest information, prize, and
submission link are posted on the Whirly-Girls contest webpage
(http://www.whirlygirls.org/da-competition).” Submissions for the
logo contest will be accepted into October with selection made by
October 31, 2014. You must register on the contest site to participate
and can do so in the submission process at no charge.”
about Whirly-Girls International
Jean Ross Howard Phelan, Whirly-Girl #13, founded Whirly-Girls
in 1955. In hopes of developing an organization where female
pilots could share information and camaraderie, she was one of
13 charter members representing women helicopter pilots from
France, Germany and the United States. As of 2011, there are over
1900 registered members representing 44 countries.
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