Disabilities don't hinder an aviation career

06/19/2013 | Journal and Courier (Lafayette, Ind.)

Able Flight is a nonprofit organization that aims to show people with physical disabilities or injuries that a career in aviation is possible. Five students are training to get their sport pilot's license in the program at Purdue University in Indiana. "In the air, there's no difference between us and anything else. We've got total, unfiltered freedom," said Lt. Andrew Kinard, an Iraq war veteran who lost his legs.

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