The Tuskegee Airmen Inc. was committed to awarding scholarships to deserving high school seniors entering the college level for academic studies.
In November 2004, Landrum & Brown celebrated their open house gala in Chicago, Illinois. Their very special guests for the evening's event were the Tuskegee Airmen. Seen here in the photo are original Tuskegee Airmen, George Taylor and former President of the Chicago "DODO" Chapter, Bev Dunjill.
Landrum & Brown is the oldest privately owned consultancy dedicated solely to the needs of the commercial aviation commuity, focusing on environmental and airport planning solutions for today's results-oriented aviation decision makers. Through experience and technology their ideas are shaping the future of aviation.
Through their committment to mentoring minority businesses Landrum & Brown received the 2004 Corporate Partner Award by AMAC - Airports Minority Advisory Council. Get your business registered with Landrum & Brown for future teaming opportunities. The firm also continues to support non-profit organizations like Tuskegee Airmen Incorporated, addressing the needs of minority communities and businesses.
To view the video for Landrum & Browns' open house click here.
Young Eagles have success stories too. The photo above of Lt. Kenyatta Ruffin in an F-16 Fighting Falcon is shown to motivate our young men for future careers in aviation. Click on the link
to review his story.
Register your child for the summer session of the Black Airline Academy. Click on photo link above.