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Teens can learn about space, aviation

Idaho teens ages 14 to 18 have until May 30 to apply to attend the Aviation Career Exploration (ACE) Academy, run by the Idaho Transportation Department's Division of Aeronautics. During the four-day academy, which runs from June 29 to July 2, the teens will get a varied exposure to the world of space and aviation, from hearing from representatives of regional and national aeronautical schools and experts to tours of the Boise airport, Mountain Home Air Force Base and Warhawk Air Museum, and experiencing a flight under the guidance of a veteran pilot. The academy costs $75; for more information click here or call 334-8775.




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