Send the Thunderbird Squadron to Our National Conclave in CA

$20
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Project ends on April 26, at 11:59 PM CDT
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The Thunderbird Squadron Takes on San Diego!

The Thunderbird Squadron of Arnold Air Society here at Oklahoma State University is raising money to send members of our squadron to San Diego, California for a 4 day national conference. The National Conclave is an annual multi-day conference where members of Arnold Air Society and our sister organization Silver Wings meet to vote on legislation, network with distinguished guest speakers and +2,200 students from around the U.S., and gain opportunities to contribute to the future of our organization. 


Arnold Air Society is a nationally recognized organization, focused on community service, professional development, and supporting the advancement of aerospace. Arnold Air Society & Silver Wings are national sister organizations, working together to develop future leaders in and out of the United States Air and Space Force.

Levels
Choose a giving level

$20

White

"White symbolizes the purity of our intent" Our first national color, white level donations help pay for meals at the National Conclave!

$75

Red

"Red symbolizes the blood shed by Americans fighting for freedom" Our second national color, Red Level helps pay for meals and travel fees in California for our National Conclave!

$150

Blue

"Blue is the color of the sky in which we fly." Our third national color, Blue Level helps offset the cost of airfare for our National Conclave!

$250

Gold

"Gold represents the wings with which we fly, and warrior courage." Our final national color, Gold Level can fully cover the airfare and offset registration fees for our National Conclave!

$350

Crimson Glory Rose

Our official flower for Arnold Air Society, Crimson Glory Rose level will allow future members of the Thunderbird Squadron to attend the National Conclave and fully support the expenses of this year's squadron!

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