LINCOLN, NE - FEBRUARY 19, 2018 - Each year the Nebraska Aviation Trades Association presents its most distinguished award, Airman of the Year, to one of its members who have shown outstanding dedication and support to the agricultural aviation industry. Scott was born in 1971, in Scott City, Kansas. He is the younger of two children and attended Scott City Public schools. He has grown up around airplanes his whole life; both of his grandfathers were pilots. His father, Vernon Storm, started Scott County Spraying Service in 1972, in Scott City, Kansas and by the age of 12 he was working at his father’s spray business. Read the entire article in The NATA Voice
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2018 NATA Membership
The Nebraska Aviation Trades Association (NATA) is a non-profit state trade association which represents the aerial application industry in Nebraska. Membership Application Form
NATA is an organization founded for the purpose of serving the interests of aviation related businesses in Nebraska. Representing almost 200 agricultural aviation operators, NATA also serves members from allied industries supplying ag aircraft owners and operators. Read more about us.
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2018 NATA Scholarship Information - Deadline 3/15/18
Last Chance to Renew Your NATA Membership for 2018
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2018 NATA Scholarship
Application Packets Now Available
The 2018 NATA scholarships are available to any Nebraska high school senior or individual continuing their education. Application deadline was March 15, 2018. Thank you for submitting your application.
A $1,000 and $500 scholarship presented by the Nebraska Aviation Trades Association are awarded to any high school senior or individual who is a resident of the state of Nebraska continuing their education and a full time student.
The scholarship is for one year and is nonrenewable.
All applications with essay of minimum of 400 words typed and double spaced must be received by March 15, 2018.
The Essay topic is “How Ag Aviation Helps the Entire U.S. Economy”.