MOORE OKLAHOMA TORNADO
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HISTORY OF THE AWCF
Since 1970, during the Viet Nam War, the Red River Valley Fighter Pilots Association (RRVA) has provided scholarship assistance to the surviving dependents of U.S. military personnel killed-in-action, missing-in-action, prisoner-of-war or killed while performing aircrew duties in a non-combat aircraft accident; and, more recently, families of association members. Nevertheless, it became clear that other philanthropic, civic and patriotic programs were necessary in order to achieve the RRVA's guiding principles of Pride of Patriotism and Defense of the Constitution.
Therefore, in 1998, the Air Warrior Courage Foundation (AWCF) was formed by the membership of the RRVA. This action was taken in recognition of problems being increasingly faced by active, retired and/former members of the U.S. military, their families and our nation at large.
WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP?
You are the "key" to success of the AWCF Your support is necessary to identify individuals or projects in need of attention and assistance. It may be you, a close friend or an idea, if within our mandate, we are prepared to help. Please contact the AWCF National Office.
The Air Warrior Courage Foundation is an IRS 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and is therefore eligible for personal or corporate contributions, as well as United Way donations. All support is an endorsement of the Foundation's Guiding Principles.