Dr. Milton P. Crenchaw Aviation & Training Academy

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WE HELP CHILDREN REACH THEIR DREAMS TO BECOME AVIATION AND AEROSPACE PROFESSIONALS. NOW MPCATA NEEDS YOUR HELP IN OUR QUEST TO MAKE DREAMS COME TRUE.

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MPCATA believes that no child should forego his/her dream to become a professional in the aviation and aerospace industry due to a lack of financial support.

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MPCATA works to identify and mentor students in underserved and disadvantaged communities in order to provide access to educational opportunities related to those particular industries. Become a volunteer today.

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Our greatest gift to Dr. Crenchaw is to honor his legacy by helping young people pursue aviation careers. Help MPCATA support the continued education of aviation and aerospace professionals.

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MPCATA is currently soliciting volunteers to assist with the support of our programs and scheduled community engagement. Come Fly With Us.

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Celebrating the Life of Dr. Milton P. Crenchaw

Dr. Milton P. Crenchaw (January 13, 1919-November 17, 2015)  was known as the father of Black Aviation in Arkansas. Born in Little Rock, he was the first Arkansan to be successfully trained by the federal government as a civilian licensed pilot. He overcame racism and bigotry to serve his country during World War II as a civilian flight instructor. Connect with us as we celebrate his life.

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