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Tue, Jan 21, 2003

CAE SimuFlite Scholarship Winner Earns Citation V Type Rating

The final recipient of the seven CAE SimuFlite 2002 scholarship winners has completed training at CAE SimuFlite's Dallas training center. Ryan Shifflett, of Waco (TX), earned a Cessna Citation V type rating after successfully completing CAE SimuFlite's 14-day Citation V Initial training.

Shifflett received his CAE SimuFlite scholarship through the University Aviation Association (UAA). He is a recent graduate of Tarleton State University and is currently employed by Southwest Air Ambulance.

CAE SimuFlite's scholarship program is designed to promote business aviation to young aviators nationwide. CAE SimuFlite awarded seven Citation pilot training scholarships this year. This is the program's 16th year, having awarded scholarships valued at nearly $1 million. Details for the 2003 scholarship program can be found on CAE SimuFlite's Web site at www.caesimuflite.com/about/scholar.html

CAE SimuFlite, a part of CAE's Civil Simulation and Training Division, provides advance training to pilots and maintenance professionals operating piston and turbine-powered aircraft private, corporate, military and government service.

FMI: www.caesimuflite.com

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