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The Blue Skies Foundation was founded by three Active Duty Army Aviators in early 2020. Each serving the better part of a decade to include a combat deployment, they were very familiar with the inherent risk of their jobs. Two members, while serving in liaison positions with Special Forces Groups, experienced firsthand the positive effects that organizations like the Green Beret Foundation were able to have on the families of fallen Green Berets. Nothing like this existed for the Army Aviation Community. On September 26, 2019, MAJ Trevor Joseph was killed in a UH-60 crash in Fort Polk, LA. The following day they decided to leverage their pull in the community to make a difference.
The foundation is a veteran founded non-profit organization dedicated to providing post-mishap support for the Army Aviation community and their families. In addition to providing financial support to the next-of-kin, they ensure that their legacies are never forgotten.
They honor their fallen brothers and sisters through generous donations, volunteering, business relationships, and by the sale of shirts from the Brotallion Blue Skies Collection.
As a matter of practice, they step in and aid the affected families of a Class A (fatal) Army Aviation mishap.
In addition to immediately donating funds that have been raised through charitable donations and fundraising, the foundation’s sister company designs a t-shirt unique to each mishap that we support. 100% of the profits of these shirts are donated to the foundation and are then distributed to the Gold Star families. These funds provide assistance with family travel, lodging, and incidentals.
Their support does not end there. The shirts remain available with all profits being donated to the families each month, indefinitely. It is their hope that the shirts honor their fallen brothers and sisters, keep them present in in heart, and serve as a reminder that what they do serves a higher cause.