• Huntsville, AL
Launched in 1982, Space Camp has inspired and motivated young people from around the country, and later the world, with attendees from all 50 states, U.S. territories and more than 150 foreign countries. Space Camp is the brainchild of rocket scientist Dr. Wernher von Braun, who led the development of the Apollo-era rockets that took America to the moon, and Mr. Edward O. Buckbee, the first director of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center. Space Camp alumni include NASA and ESA astronauts, engineers, scientists and technologists. Trainees cultivate teamwork, leadership and decision-making skills through simulated missions while gaining personal and professional insights that profoundly impact their futures.
Supporting the Classes of 2020 and 2021
  • United Arab Emirates
The UAE Space Agency is a federal agency that was created under Federal Law by Decree No. 1 of 2014. The space sector includes all projects, activities and programs related to outer space. The decree stipulates that the UAE Space Agency works in line with the Council of Ministers and has an independent legal position, enjoying financial and administrative independence as well as the legal capacity necessary to direct all activities that will ensure the achievement of its objectives. The law defined that the main headquarters of the Agency are to be in Abu Dhabi, and the Agency is to have a branch in Dubai. The Board of Directors may establish branches or other offices within and outside the state.
Supporting the Class of 2020 - Winners to be announced at the Dubai Airshow 2019
  • Singapore
Experia Events specialises in organising and managing exhibitions and conferences of strategic interest, fostering industry development and thought leadership. It has built a strong portfolio in aerospace and defence with the highly successful Singapore Airshow, Asia’s largest aerospace and defence event, and key events such as IMDEX Asia, Asia Pacific’s flagship maritime defence show; Rotorcraft Asia, the premier dedicated event for the global civil helicopter industry; and Unmanned Systems Asia, which presents the future of unmanned systems across a vast spectrum of commercial and defence applications. Experia Events’ expertise also extends to the government and lifestyle sectors, through key events such as the World Cities Summit, Singapore International Water Week and CleanEnviro Summit Singapore. With a proven track record underscoring its aspirations to stage events that influence, Experia Events aims to diversify its range of strategic events globally.
Supporting the Class of 2020 - Winners to be announced at the Singapore Airshow 2020
  • Chile
Mission Statement: “Defender a la República de Chile por medio del control y uso en beneficio propio del espacio aéreo, participar en la batalla de superficie y apoyar a fuerzas propias y amigas, con el propósito de contribuir al logro de los objetivos estratégicos que la Política Nacional le fija a las Fuerzas Armadas”.
Supporting the Class of 2020 - Winners to be announced at FIDAE 2020
  • United Kingdom
The RAF Air Cadets, better known as the 'Air Cadets', are a UK-wide cadet force with more than 40,000 members aged between 12 and 20 years. Sponsored by the Royal Air Force they offer hands-on experience of activities and courses that will challenge and develop the skills required to help young people succeed in whatever they want to do.

The RAF Air Cadets is made up of two areas:
• Air Training Corps - The ATC is the RAF's cadet force, divided into six regions, 34 wings and more than 900 squadrons within communities around the UK
• Combined Cadet Force (RAF) - The CCF (RAF) is our section of the CCF which is made up of cadets from all three services, coming together in approximately 200 independent and state schools across the country

The RAF Air Cadets aims are to:
• Promote and encourage a practical interest in aviation and the Royal Air Force among young people
• Provide training which will be useful in the Services and civilian life
• Encourage the spirit of adventure and develop qualities of leadership and good citizenship

Supporting the Class of 2020 - Winners to be announced at the Farnborough International Airshow 2020
  • Bahrain
In February 2014, H.M. the King of Bahrain had issued a decree to establish a first-of-its-type national authority for space sciences. NSSA seeks to establish a sound infrastructure for the observation of outer space and the earth, make Bahrain a leader in space science and technology, build a culture and methodology of scientific research within the kingdom and encourage technical innovation, among other goals. NSSA is interested in satellites to obtain data, to use them for remote sensing and to conduct advanced space research, so it can be the engine for the state in the use of the latest satellite communication technologies.
Supporting the Class of 2021 - Winners to be announced at the Bahrain International Airshow 2020
  • Australia
Aerospace Maritime and Defence Foundation of Australia Limited is a not-for-profit corporation limited by guarantee and established to promote the development of aviation and Australian industrial, manufacturing and information/communications technology resources in the fields of aviation, aerospace, maritime and defence. To focus on each of these sectors, the Foundation has established three specialist not-for-profit operational subsidiaries - Aerospace Australia Limited, Maritime Australia Limited and Aviation Development Australia Limited. The mission is to promote the development of Australian industrial, manufacturing and information/communications technology resources through expositions, conferences and events.
Supporting the Class of 2021 - Winners to be announced at AVALON 2020
  • Japan
The Society of Japanese Aerospace Companies (SJAC) is the sole public entity representing the interests of the Japanese aerospace industry. SJAC was established with the purpose of contributing to the expansion of the Japanese aerospace industry, together with the overall improvement of national welfare −through production enhancement and trade expansion of aerospace related products−, and contributing to the sound growth of the aerospace industry as a whole.
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  • Poland
Targi Kielce, one of the two market leaders in Poland, organizes conferences, seminars and concerts. Their organization covers 90,000 sqm of exhibition space and welcomes 276,000 visitors and guests from nearly 60 countries and 7,000+ companies into their trade fairs annually. The Targi Kielce calendar has over 70 events - fairs, exhibitions and 700 conferences - including PLASTPOL - the most international trade fair in Poland, the world-famous MSPO - the third defense industry fair in Europe, KIDS-TIME - the most dynamically developing industry event in Europe, SACROEXPO - the largest religious fair in Europe and AGROTECH - the most visited agricultural fair. Targi Kielce owns one third of the Polish market share. Among the organizers of exhibitions from Central and Eastern Europe, the Kielce trade fair center is second in terms of the number of exhibitors and the space rented, ahead of HUNGEXPO Budapest, the Brno exhibition and the Kiev International Fair.
Supporting the Class of 2021 - Winners to be announced at MSPO 2020
  • France
The Paris Air Show (French: Salon international de l'aéronautique et de l'espace de Paris-Le Bourget, Salon du Bourget) is the largest air show and aerospace-industry exhibition event in the world, measured by number of exhibitors and size of exhibit space. The air show attracts the leading commercial and defense aviation companies from around the world. Air forces across the globe send officers to discover cutting-edge technologies in the aviation industry.
Supporting the Class of 2021 - Winners to be announced at the Paris Air Show 2020