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Arnold Air Society. Overview. What is AAS Arnold Air Society’s History AAS’s objectives General knowledge Det 605 AAS. What is AAS?. Arnold Air Society is a professional, honorary, service organization advocating the support of aerospace power. 

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overview
Overview
  • What is AAS
  • Arnold Air Society’s History
  • AAS’s objectives
  • General knowledge
  • Det 605 AAS
what is aas
What is AAS?
  • Arnold Air Society is a professional, honorary, service organization advocating the support of aerospace power. 
  • AAS is formally affiliated with AFROTC and the Air Force Association. 
  • AAS is an extracurricular organization available to Air Force ROTC and Academy cadets.
history
History
  • Arnold Air Society was first proposed as an idea for an extra-curricular organization by AFROTC cadets at the University of Cincinnati in the summer of 1947.
  • After having their idea approved by active members of the Air Force, the cadets wrote a constitution for their new, honorary society.
  • They called it the “Arnold Society of Air Cadets” in honor of General Henry “Hap” Arnold, the first and only 5-Star General of the Air Force.
history continued
History continued
  • Since it started, Arnold Air Society grew quickly. It focused on high morals, physical fitness, and a positive attitude toward the Society and its goals.
  • Since it is the mission of ROTC and the Air Force Academy to produce leaders, AAS enhances that mission by building these values into cadets early on, and ensuring that they maintain these standards.
  • Arnold Air Society was officially recognized by the Air Force in April of 1948. It was then the goal of the Society to recruit and build more Squadrons to make the Society bigger.
arnold air society s objectives
Arnold Air Society’s Objectives
  • To create a more efficient relationship among Air Force officer candidates, in particular within the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps.
  • To aid in the development of effective Air Force officers.
  • To further the purpose, traditions, and concepts of the United States Air Force.
general knowledge
General Knowledge
  • Motto: "The warrior who cultivates his mind, polishes his arms."—Duc de Boufflers
  • Flower: The official flower of the Arnold Air Society is the Crimson Glory Rose.
  • Symbol: The symbol of the Arnold Air Society is a pair of gold wings set to either side of a white star containing a red ball. The wings are set above two blue wreaths, bearing the inscription "Arnold Air Society." The gold wings signify courage; the white star signifies purity; the red ball stands for the blood shed by American fighting men; the blue symbolizes the sky.
the aas colors are blue red gold and white
The AAS colors are blue, red, gold, and white.
  • The blue stands for the sky in which we fly -- that blue horizon which we try to reach by developing better and more efficient engines and airplanes and better trained men and women, by using research and experience to attain new goals, make new records, discover new frontiers.
  • The red represents the blood of men who gave there lives to achieve what we have achieved today and the blood that will be spent in the future.
  • The gold stands for the wings that hold us aloft; the symbol of our mission and purpose.
  • The white stands for the purity of our intent, of our loyalty to comrades, our determination to keep our wings and ourselves so strong that there will never be any doubt as to the preservation of our nation for which we bear these symbols.
silver wings
Silver Wings
  • Silver Wings (SW) is a national, co-ed, professional organization dedicated to creating proactive, knowledgeable, and effective civic leaders through community service and education about national defense.
visit det 605 aas website
Visit Det. 605 AAS Website
  • http://1soulside.tripod.com
  • www.arnold-air.com