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Airplane donation helps Pensacola State College Aviation Mechanics program take off

| Hansen Hasenberg
Pensacola State College is starting an Aviation Airframe Mechanics and Aviation Power Plant Mechanics (A&P Mechanics) program. To help future students enrolled in the program, Pensacola State College has accepted the donation of a plane from InDyne CEO and President Don Bishop. Pensacola State College Leadership, the Pensacola State College Foundation, and local and regional partners of the College were present at the donation ceremony, held at ST Engineering’s airframe maintenance facility at Pensacola International Airport. The ceremony was Tuesday, June 11.
Pensacola State College President Dr. Ed Meadows was one of several speakers to address a crowd outside of ST Engineering Tuesday, June 11. The crowd was gathered for the donation of an airplane to Pensacola State College’s new Aviation Mechanics program.


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