Voice of Public Benefit Flying"
Notice – Nominations Were Accepted March 1 Through May 31, 2010
2010 Public Benefit Flying Awards
Presented by the National Aeronautic Association
The 2010 Awards will be presented on September 16, 2010 in the United States Capitol Building. Further information will be posted here soon.
The National Aeronautic Association (NAA) and the Air Care Alliance (ACA) have created a set of national awards designed to recognize the contributions of those individuals in aviation who fly and volunteer for the benefit of others, public benefit flying organizations, and those who support them. We're asking for your help in identifying those who have been doing outstanding work which should be recognized.
To receive full consideration nominations must adhere to the following guidelines. Nominations that do not fall within the specifications listed below might not be considered during the selection process
Award Categories and Criteria
Distinguished Volunteer Pilot - awarded to an individual or individuals for outstanding public benefit flying service as a volunteer pilot.
Criteria: Performance that exceeds expectations and distinguishes nominee
volunteers and their efforts. Consider the amount and nature of effort,
commitment, sacrifice, and impact on clients, organization, and community.
Distinguished Volunteer - awarded to an individual or individuals for outstanding service as a non-flying volunteer working in public benefit flying.
Criteria: Performance that exceeds expectations and distinguishes non-pilot volunteer nominees and their efforts. Consider the amount and nature of effort, commitment, sacrifice, and impact on clients, organization, and community.
Outstanding Achievement in Advancement of Public Benefit Flying - for outstanding achievement by an individual or organization that helped raise the standard of service of or contributed significantly to the overall advancement of Public Benefit Flying.
Criteria: Outstanding achievement or contribution by an individual, group of
individuals, an organization, or group of organizations that significantly
raised the standard of service, improved the state-of-the-art, or contributed to
the advancement of Public Benefit Flying overall. Consider the size, complexity,
and unique value of the achievement and its positive impact on public benefit
Public Benefit Flying Teamwork Award - for outstanding cooperation and coordination involving two or more unaffiliated Public Benefit Flying organizations in the accomplishment of a common mission, task, or objective.
Criteria: Exemplary collaboration involving individuals and/or unaffiliated and independent public benefit flying organizations in order to complete a task beyond the scope and resources of any one public benefit flying organization. Consider the size, complexity, and unique value of the collaboration to the furtherance of public benefit flying efforts.
Champion of Public Benefit Flying - awarded to an individual, organization, or company who, while not operationally directly involved in Public Benefit Flying, has provided extraordinary support for such efforts and thus advanced the cause of Public Benefit Flying.
Criteria: This award is intended for individuals or groups not directly or primarily involved in public benefit flying, for extraordinary support and contributions providing fair winds beneath the wings of public benefit flying organizations and their volunteers. Consider the nature and scope of the support itself and/or its impact on encouraging others to provide the necessary lift for public benefit flying.
Each nomination shall be limited to a maximum of five (5) printed pages in the following format:
Cover and Contact Information (one page): The nomination package will include a cover sheet page specifying the award category proposed and complete contact information for the nominee, the nominator, and two persons who are willing to act as references for the nominee. The contact information shall include the name, title and/or affiliation, mailing address, telephone numbers (work and home), and email address for each person.
Justification (up to three pages): Give complete yet concise details explaining why the nominee should receive the award proposed. Provide such background information as considered pertinent and any other relevant information that would assist the Selection Committee.
Abstract and Citation (one page): Provide the final separate sheet
containing an Abstract of the Justification statement in 75 words or less, plus
a Citation that might appear on the award in 30 words or less which celebrate
and capture the essence of the achievement for which the nominee’s name has been
Deadline and Submission Process
Nominations for 2010 have been closed! Please send
new nominations in Spring 20100 when our next awards program is announced.
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