Ambassador Aviation Badge

And to prove that a flyer can be a girl, who can soar as high as any man, I’m showing the women around the world that we can fly, we surely can!

-Pat Valdata, “Where No Man Can Fly”

Katherine Stinson was the first person to fly at night in 1912. Is flying your passion also?

  1. Preflight
  2. Taxi
  3. Takeoff
  4. Flight
  5. Landing

This badge will open opportunities for my future careers (maybe in aviation).

GS Ambassador Aviation Badge

Earned by Scouts.

Brownie Aviation

Do you look up when you hear something fly over your house? Get ready to find out about flying and how much fun aviation can be.

  1. Preflight
  2. Taxi
  3. Takeoff
  4. Flight
  5. Landing

When I finish this badge, I’ll be able to tell others about flying aircraft and what aviation opportunities are ahead.

GS Brownie Aviation Badge

Earned by Scouts.

Cadette Aviation

It changes you, flying. The first time I felt the basket lurch aloft and watched the ground recede, something swelled inside me like the linseed-oiled cotton canopy overhead.

-Pat Valdata, “Where No Man Can Touch”

Mary Hawley Myers was the first woman to pilot her own aircraft in 1880 and her story still resonates today. Are you ready to see how aviation can change you?

  1. Preflight
  2. Taxi
  3. Takeoff
  4. Flight
  5. Landing

When I’ve earned this badge, I’ll better understand the diverse world of aviation.

GS Cadette Aviation Badge

Earned by Scouts.

Junior Aviation

Above the pines, supported by the air, like the gulls over the sea, whirling. With them I share six minutes of solitude, each, where no man can touch, no shout can read.

-Pat Valdata, “Where No Man Can Touch”

Anne Morrow Lindbergh was the first woman in the United States to receive a first class glider license in 1930 and is one of the many that paved the way for out turn in aviation. Are you ready to join the ranks?

  1. Preflight
  2. Taxi
  3. Takeoff
  4. Flight
  5. Landing

When I earn this badge, I’ll be able to share the world of aviation with others.

GS Junior Aviation Badge

Earned by Scouts.

Senior Aviation Badge

I had to shield my eyes against the sun that shone about the steeples in the square, I knew that soon this fight would be done and nothing in the future would compare

-Pat Valdata, “Where No Man Can Touch”

Jeanne Labrosse was the first woman to solo in a hot air balloon in 1798. Let’s find out more about aviation as you explore. The sky is the limit.

  1. Preflight
  2. Taxi
  3. Takeoff
  4. Flight
  5. Landing

By completing this badge, I’ll be on my way to investigations how aviation can be in my future.

GS Senior Aviation Badge

Earned by Scouts.