Aviation Club & Space Society supporting formation of AIAA
I was able to get combat airplanes, and ask students to pick out which aircraft they thought were cool to make as chess pieces, and regular aircraft, and so forth.
My chart for airports, whether they are public, or private, and companies that we have met through AIAA or elsewhere, I am hoping that our club will be able to use some of that to be able to plan their flight training, or facilities that they would want to work with if they are not aware of the companies we toured or are going to tour, and so on.
I was able to get new International Space Station patches put on my suit, and have another designed for applying to the astronaut program.
I think the biggest part of the commitment that we make to fulfill are dreams and continue training is the responsibility we undertake in living that dream. We have opportunities now with Virtual Reality, and robotics, to train in assistance with these missions, that rewire the brain to be prepared for the scenarios, and making these things more readily available to people who are interested cuts down the cost of doing actual training with reduced error, to be able to monitor our physiological responses and prepare for flight, space walks, combat situations, disaster training, & I have met some people who want to visit mars, but do not want to go through the training, so that would be more ideal for them, whereas the rest of us who would make it a career to pave the way for the next generation of explorers to space, are willing to go through the process of obtaining our degrees, language studying, flight training, & these virtual reality and robotics training.
I am not sure when we will be able to buy property on Mars, as Elon Musk said in the Big Bang Theory, we might not be there yet. We do have launch pads being built in Texas for private use, and with 18,000+ applicants from 6,000+ applicants, 300+% three hundred plus percent increase, we should have also with the Wright Amendment being expired, a lot more pilots, astronauts, and tourist travelers eager to make it to a launch pad.