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U.S. Senator from North Dakota joins military and University leaders to celebrate return of valuable flight program

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Hoeven: ‘You are the solution’ By, Connor Murphy Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., in his Tuesday visit to Grand Forks, recognized the University of North Dakota as “the solution” to addressing a looming pilot shortage and defending our nation. His work in renewing the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Flight Training Program at UND is the latest development […]

Sundance Helicopters Partners with University of North Dakota Aerospace for SkyPath (Las Vegas, April, 2018)

Categories: Aviation

Sundance Helicopters, Inc., in partnership with The John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences at the University of North Dakota (UND Aerospace), will be announcing the SkyPath program to the university’s helicopter students and staff during the 37th Annual Student Aviation Management Association’s (SAMA) Aerospace Conference and Career Fair this week. Students will learn more about […]

UND Aviation – Helicopter Program in Vertical Daily News

Categories: Aviation

Degrees of Flight Posted on May 16, 2017 by Jen Boyer On the wind-swept plains of Grand Forks, North Dakota, about 80 miles (130 kilometers) south of Canada on the Minnesota border, the University of North Dakota (UND) has successfully trained professional pilots for decades. The university is primarily known in aviation circles for its […]

University of North Dakota adds Robinson R44 Cadet trainer (Vertical Magazine: Robinson Press Release)

Categories: Aviation

On Jan. 13, Robinson Helicopter Company delivered an R44 Cadet to the University of North Dakota (UND). This is the first Cadet to be used in UND’s prestigious flight training program. The University of North Dakota’s Cadet is configured for visual flight rules and instrument flight rules training with Garmin’s G500H flight display, a GTN […]