Ford as EAA Young Eagles Program Chairman



Harrison Ford will stay on as chairman of an Experimental Aircraft Association program that introduces children to flying

Hollywood actor, Harrison Ford is selected as the chairman of Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Young Eagles Program. He will take the honored position for two years, introducing children to fly.

"Harrison Ford is a great ambassador of the program because he shows that he believes in it and, as a pilot volunteer, he lives it." Steve Buss, the EAA Young Eagles Executive Director, commented. Ford himself formerly has contributed in giving more than 200 people rides as a volunteer pilot for the program.

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