Ga. teenager is recognized as top aviation student

09/5/2013 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

For three weeks, 16-year-old Tayvon Snowden of Decatur, Ga., got up at 5 a.m. and traveled almost two hours to follow his dream of becoming a pilot. Snowden was part of Flightline, a program sponsored by the Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals for ages 14 to 18 who want to become pilots. At the program's graduation ceremony, Snowden was recognized as the top student with the Charlie Tutt Outstanding Achievement in Aviation Award.

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