U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. – The 2017 Airpower Legacy Series Helmet Campaign is now underway!
The Falcon Pride Club, which is the fundraising arm of the Air Force Academy Athletics Department, is proud to announce the opportunity to add of one (1) of college football's best helmets to your collection or give the gift of a lifetime to that special loved one!
Energized by the popularity of the 2016 Airpower Legacy Series which raised $112,500 in support of Air Force Athletics, the Falcon Pride Club will launch the 2017 Airpower Legacy Series campaign which will feature a helmet modeled after the one that F-35 pilots wear in flight. Falcon fans will have the opportunity to purchase their very own Airpower Legacy Series helmet honoring the F-35 Lightning II, one of the Air Force’s fifth-generation fighters.
The 2017 Airpower Legacy Series helmet debuted at the October 14 Falcon football game which brought Falcon football a conference win! This one-of-kind authentic helmet features the familiar Air Force logo often seen on aircraft on one side of the helmet. On the other side of the helmet, a decal representing one of the five Air Force F-35-A operational fighter squadrons in the Air Force. Falcon fans can select one of the five operational fighter squadron decals that they would like on their very own helmet!
Falcon fans can purchase this one-of-kind authentic helmet by visiting here. The campaign will close on Friday, December 1 at midnight MST. All donations will be allocated to the Excellence Fund which supports all 27 intercollegiate sports within Air Force Athletics.
For more information please visit the `2017 Airpower Legacy Series’ campaign informational page or contact us at 719-333-4545 or via email at email@example.com. If you would like to make an additional donation to assist with providing cutting edge equipment for our Air Force football cadet-athletes, please click here. No matter the size of your gift it will make an impact on cadet-athletes lives.
The Airpower Legacy Series was developed by the Air Force Academy athletic department to promote and celebrate the history of the Air Force's aircraft. The series began in 2016 with the football team wearing a special “Legacy Series Sharktooth” featuring tiger shark teeth nose-art, which has been represented on multiple Air Force aircraft dating back to World War II. During the WWII era, fight plane pilots were called "Flying Tigers" and were part of the U.S. Army Air Corps, which later became the United States Air Force.