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WELCOME


SEPTEMBER 29th 2018

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WELCOME


SEPTEMBER 29th 2018

What We're About

Honoring Our Fallen Heroes

The scholarship funds are named in honor of our five Tennessee National Guard brother and sister aviators who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country and their state. We honor them by doing what they did - helping others.

Raising Funds For Scholarships

The Army Aviation Association of America (AAAA) administers a scholarship fund that the Car Show helps raise money for. Scholarships are awarded to the family members of Soldiers in aviation service every year. For more information on the Fallen Aviator Scholarship Fund, just scroll down this page.


WELCOME to the AAAA Fallen Aviator Car Show

Hosted by Soldiers of the

Tennessee ARMY National Guard

Thanks for stopping by to check out our website. We are a one of a kind Car Show for sure. Hosted at one of the Tennessee National Guard's Army Aviation Support Facilities, we're one of the few, if not the only, Car Shows that offers all registered cars to have their photo taken with one of our helicopters like in the picture above.  Not only do we put on a great car show with something to do for everyone in attendance, we do it all to support a great cause. We hope that you can come out and join us on September 29, 2018 at our flight facility. Even if you don't have a car to enter, there will be LOTS to see and do and chances to win all kinds of great prizes. For more details, check out the rest of our website and we can't wait to see you here late this summer!


vendors!

Great Food and products

Whether you are a burger and hot dog type of guy or gal or you have a sweet tooth for funnel cakes and ice cream, we have it all at the Fallen Aviator Car Show. As with all other activities at the Car Show, all profit from food purchases goes to the Scholarship fund as well!

SILENT AUCTION!

Find a Steal

Last year's silent auction contained nearly $10,000 worth of all sorts of products and this year is on track to be just as great! From corn hole boards and air compressors to custom built furniture to vacation packages, there's something for everyone and at prices you won't see online or in stores! And all proceeds go to the scholarship fund!

Fun for all!

Live music and more

Come out and hear some great artists, let the kids bounce in the inflatable bouncy house, or just relax and enjoy all the great cars, trucks and bikes. No matter who you are or how old you are, there's always something fun to do during the car show!




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The Scholarship Fund


The AAAA Scholarship Fund has a long history of helping deserving students afford a better education.

The Scholarship Fund


The AAAA Scholarship Fund has a long history of helping deserving students afford a better education.

The AAAA Scholarship Foundation, Inc., is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation established to render financial assistance for the college-level education of members of the Army Aviation Association of America, Inc. (AAAA). The spouses, unmarried siblings, unmarried children and unmarried grandchildren of current and deceased AAAA members are also eligible.

The AAAA Scholarship Foundation, Inc is exempt from Federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions by donors are deductible as provided in Section 170 of the Code. Donations to the Volunteer Chapter of AAAA that hosts the Fallen Aviator Car Show are not tax deductible, however.


100% of every dollar donated to the Scholarship Foundation goes to a scholarship or endowed principal based on the AAAA paying all overhead expenses for the Scholarship Foundation.

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About us


Get to know the organizations behind the AAAA Fallen Aviator Car Show.

About us


Get to know the organizations behind the AAAA Fallen Aviator Car Show.

Army Aviation Support Facility #3

AASF #3 is one of three Army National Guard aviation flight facilities in the Tennessee Army National Guard and is located in Jackson, TN at the McKellar-Sipes Regional Airport. It was established in 1994 and has operated the UH-1 "Huey," the AH-64 Apache the OH-58D Kiowa Warrior, the Army's armed reconnaissance helicopter, and currently the UH-60 Blackhawk. AASF #3 has supported multiple overseas operations in both Iraq and Afghanistan since the beginning of the Global War on Terror. With low level flight routes all over West Tennessee, AASF #3 pilots make every attempt to "fly neighborly" when on routine training missions. The facility is commanded by Major Mark C. Jordan. For more information about what we do and some of our awesome aerial footage, check out the video below!


The mission of the AAAA is to support the United States Army Aviation Soldier and Family through networking, recognition, providing a voice for the Army Aviation community and supporting the Soldiers that make up that community. AAAA has over 18,000 active members! 

The AAAA Scholarship Foundation benefits from specific chapter activities, meetings, and forums that are held at the local level to generate funds for the Foundation, like the Tennessee Fallen Aviator Car Show!

The Fallen Aviator Car Show is executed and hosted by Soldiers from AASF #3 but is organized through the the Volunteer Chapter of the Army Aviation Association of America.


The Tennessee Army National Guard

The volunteer spirit and Tennessee, an inseparable combination since 1780 when Colonel John Sevier called for "100 good men"—and 200 answered—has been a source of pride for generations of Tennesseans.

Today, that spirit is still alive and well with the more than 10,700 Soldiers of the Tennessee Army National Guard. They serve as full partners with active duty American men and women, worldwide, to make up the "Total Force" of American defense.

America simply cannot defend herself or go to war without the National Guard.

Tennessee is the home of the 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment, the 194th Engineer Brigade, the 30th Troop Command, and the 230th Sustainment Brigade.

The Tennessee National Guard is commanded by Major General Terry M. "Max" Haston.