On the weekend of April 5-7, the Tribute to Valor Foundation will take 60 Dallas-Ft. Worth area high school students on a private charter jet to the Johnson Space Center in Houston, as part of our C.a.S.E (Character and STEM Education) program. Our mission is to give these students an incredible hands-on experience with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math instruction. Accompanying the students, among other chaperones, will be Medal of Honor Recipient Gary Littrell.

NASA’s Johnson Space Center has served as a hub of human spaceflight activity for more than half a century. It is home to the nation’s astronaut corps, the International Space Station mission operations, the Orion Program, and a host of future space developments. The center plays a pivotal role in enhancing scientific and technological knowledge to benefit all of humankind.

On the weekend of April 5-7, the Tribute to Valor Foundation will take 60 Dallas-Ft. Worth area high school students on a private charter jet to the Johnson Space Center in Houston, as part of our C.a.S.E (Character and STEM Education) program. Our mission is to give these students an incredible hands-on experience with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math instruction. Accompanying the students, among other chaperones, will be Medal of Honor Recipient Gary Littrell.

NASA’s Johnson Space Center has served as a hub of human spaceflight activity for more than half a century. It is home to the nation’s astronaut corps, the International Space Station mission operations, the Orion Program, and a host of future space developments. The center plays a pivotal role in enhancing scientific and technological knowledge to benefit all of humankind.

On the weekend of April 5-7, the Tribute to Valor Foundation will take 60 Dallas-Ft. Worth area high school students on a private charter jet to the Johnson Space Center in Houston, as part of our C.a.S.E (Character and STEM Education) program. Our mission is to give these students an incredible hands-on experience with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math instruction. Accompanying the students, among other chaperones, will be Medal of Honor Recipient Gary Littrell.

NASA’s Johnson Space Center has served as a hub of human spaceflight activity for more than half a century. It is home to the nation’s astronaut corps, the International Space Station mission operations, the Orion Program, and a host of future space developments. The center plays a pivotal role in enhancing scientific and technological knowledge to benefit all of humankind.

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