President Obama Honors 87 Fallen Firefighters

Jeff Elliott, Senior Vice President, Engineering & Digital Technologies at AIMM is the Associate Producer of the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial which was held in in Emmitsburg Maryland this past weekend. President Obama attended the event and honored 87 fire fighters who lost their lives in the line of duty last year.

He captured these behind the scenes images of President Obama as he addressed the crowd.

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On behalf of the American public, President Barack Obama expressed deepest sympathies to the survivors of 87 fallen firefighters during the 34th annual National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service on Sunday, October 4.

The President spoke of bravery and courage
that is instinctive among all firefighters, who are willing to walk through fire to save a stranger’s life.

“Those we honor today lived a fundamental principle that binds us as Americans: AIMM at NFF MemorialI am my brother’s keeper and I am my sister’s keeper. That we look out for one another,” he said.”

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AIMM Community Outreach – VIDEO

On March 23rd, AIMM supported a visit to the Nasa Kennedy Center with the Urban Youth Impact Academy.

The children learned about Earth and space science and had an opportunity for hands on training and the chance to imagine what it would be like to be an astronaut.

About Urban Youth Impact:

Through our programs, we seek to reverse troubling trends and fulfill our mission by offering programs designed to develop critical life-skills that result in less juvenile crime, fewer teen pregnancies, less substance abuse, less child abuse/domestic violence, and fewer school drop-outs.

The primary goal of The Leadership Academy (TLA) is to prepare the students it serves to succeed in life by providing academic assistance, character development and spiritual enrichment through the students’ formative years.
TLA serves up to 150 students in grades K-9 daily during the school year through tutoring, computer-based literacy learning, faith-based instruction, life-skills and character building lessons, mentoring relationships, performing arts, field trips, and recreation.