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What is Arnold Air Society?

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Melanie Devera

on 3 October 2013

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Arnold Air Society
Major General Norma E. Brown Squadron
California State University, Sacramento

What is Arnold Air Society?
"A professional, honorary, service organization advocating the support of Aerospace power"
Who is
Major General
Norma E. Brown?
Norma Elaine Brown was the first female Wing Commander in the history of the US Air Force when she assumed command of the 6940th Security Wing at Goodfellow Air Force Base in San Angelo, Texas in 1974. After promotion to major general, she assumed command of Chanute Technical Training Center in Rantoul, Illinois.
She was known for taking risks, going on adventures and getting to know the young airmen who were just starting out their careers in the military.
What's in it for me?
Why should I join?
Life as an "Arnie"
We live up to her name by...
Are You Ready?
Candidate classes begin Saturday, 13 September 2013
Become a quality leader
Community Service Volunteer
Build relations with Silver Wings and the Air Force Association
Attend conclaves & business meetings
Build Lasting Relationships and Networks
Benefits of Joining
Candidate Classes
"The Warrior who cultivates his mind polishes his arms"
Symbols of AAS
The AAS Flower is the "Crimson Glory" Rose.
The AAS motto is “The warrior who cultivates his mind, polishes his arms” (Duc de Boufflers).
The AAS colors are blue, red, gold, and white.
"It's got to be done and done quickly, so let's get it done!"
- Gen Henry 'Hap' Arnold
The "Arnold Society of Air Cadets" began in 1947 at the University of Cincinnati.

The cadets wrote a constitution signifying the "honorary" aspect of the society.
Taking Risks
Wingmen to Others
Striving for Excellence
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