No trophy awarded.
DR. CURTIS M. GRAVES
For his many years of outstanding aviation/space educational leadership in the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) education and governmental affairs programs. His efforts resulted in inspiring millions of young people and thousands of educators and public officials.
DR. JOHN D. ODEGARD
For his distinguished and inspiring leadership in creating new educational opportunities for future aerospace professionals. Moreover he has contributed immensely to the aviation training and motivation of young people and strengthening of the nation's air transportation system.
DR. PAUL A. WHELAN
For his outstanding contributions and enduring commitment to aviation and space education in both the military and civilian sectors.
CHARLES ALFRED (CHIEF) ANDERSON
For nearly six decades of aerospace education leadership; attracting, motivating and educating the youth of the nation; and exemplifying the very spirit and purpose of the Frank G. Brewer Trophy.
MARY JO KNOUFF
For outstanding contributions to the growth and development of aerospace education, across the entire spectrum, from the grass roots to high government and industry levels.
SENATOR BARRY M. GOLDWATER
For a lifetime of devotion, participation and extraordinary support of all elements involved in aerospace activities and education. He has had a profound individual as well as professional impact on aerospace education during his many years as a pilot and a United States Senator.
JOHN V. SORENSON
For his ability to combine superior qualities as organizer, administrator, educator and orator, together with his practical wartime experience as a fighter pilot has enabled him to accomplish outstanding improvements in many aeronautical organizations, including the Civil Air Patrol, the National Congress on Aerospace Education and the World Aerospace Education Organization. His devotion to constantly learning more about aeronautics and sharing his knowledge with others, nationally and internationally, has provided outstanding improvements in aerospace education.
EDWARD W. STIMPSON
For over a decade of outstanding leadership in aviation education. He has personally been involved in instigating and promoting programs for teachers, students, pilots and the general public. His efforts have been felt in high schools, colleges, flight schools and aviation safety seminars, and have involved motion pictures, slide presentations, radio, television and national magazine features.
FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND DR. JEROME P. KEUPER, PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER OF FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
For outstanding contributions of enduring value to aerospace education in the United States. Florida Institute of Technology is unique as it is the only university in the United States offering both aviation and space science programs and is the only independent technological university in the United States.