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My name is Caleb Smith. I am an aviation enthusiast 17-year-old residing in Maryland. I have a great passion for flying and a sincere desire to become a pilot for the United States military, commercial, or business aviation industry. On November 14, 2021, I was blessed to become the youngest private glider pilot in the United States. I live my life based on Biblical principles under the direction and nurturing provided by my parents. A positive attitude, integrity, honesty, responsibility, and a fear of God are the values I embrace in my daily life.

​While pursuing my passion to become a pilot, I was led to launch a GO FUND ME page to gather financial support to assist me in achieving my goals and dreams. This funding would allow me to become fully indoctrinated in the aviation industry (flight and ground training, aircraft parts and definitions, maintenance, etc.) while maintaining good academic grades. The monetary support would also provide me an opportunity to obtain my powered-engine Private Pilot’s License (PPL). I currently have 45 flight hours of training and am working to achieve 50 hours.

​My personal leadership standards have been drilled by the Civil Air Patrol and USAFJROTC.  I am also a member of the Tuskegee Airmen organization chapter. My immediate goal is to set the bar high and graduate from high school (with honors), maintain my 4.3 GPA, and qualify and attend the military academy, commercial airline program, or business aviation community.  Long term, I want to become a commercial and/or business pilot with a reputable airline.

I will keep my commitment to the aviation community by continuing with my speaking engagements - motivating and inspiring the youth, and reassuring affirmation of their purpose in life.  Just as I have accomplished these goals in early life, SO CAN THEY.  

I want to take this opportunity to thank you in advance for your support and well wishes. I’m also praying for abundant blessings upon each and every
one of you.

Much Love and Appreciation,

Caleb Smith

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