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Sun, Apr 11, 2004

2004 COMM1 Aviation Scholarship Program Announced

e-publishing group has announced the Fourth Annual COMM1 Aviation Scholarship Program for the 2004-2005 flying season. These scholarships represent funding to assist young aspiring aviators with the training required to pursue a career in aviation and to help defray tuition and flight training expenses. The Annual COMM1 Aviation Scholarship Program is at the core of an ongoing series of efforts by the developers of COMM1 Radio Simulators to raise awareness about the importance of pilot communications proficiency at all levels of flight training.

The total award for the 2004 COMM1 Aviation Scholarship will be $2,000 and will be distributed in two (2) equal amounts of $1,000 each to two individual scholarship recipients. The recipients will be selected from a pool of qualified applicants who have met the published eligibility requirements available on COMM1 ’s website at www.COMM1Radio.com or by writing to e-publishing group. The application period begins April 5, 2004 and closes on September 30, 2004. Scholarship awards will be announced at AOPA Expo 2004 in Long Beach, CA on October 21, 2004.

In addition to demonstrating an interest in pursuing a career in aviation, scholarship applicants will be asked to submit a brief 75-word statement describing an experience where radio communications had a dramatically positive or negative impact on the safety of a flight.

The COMM1 audio-interactive pilot communications training series was designed to help pilots overcome “mic fright” and as a refresher tool for maintaining radio proficiency. COMM1 is considered “an integral part of any quality flight training syllabus” by ground and flight instructors at the most prestigious aviation universities, the US Navy and US Air Force, and ab initio flight training facilities in throughout the US and abroad.

Since 1998, more than 35,000 pilots and instructors have used COMM1 interactive CD-ROM products for primary VFR and instrument communications training. e-publishing group is proud to offer qualified flight instructors a $20.00 CFI discount on COMM1 VFR, IFR and the newest release, Clearances on Request (advanced IFR departure clearance exercises).

FMI: www.COMM1Radio.com

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