By Ken Molestina

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FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – A group of Boy Scouts from Dallas spent the day Saturday at Alliance Fort Worth airport.

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The field trip aimed at providing the young teens an opportunity to get an up close view of the airplanes and motivate them to become interested in a career in aviation.

The scouts were also allowed to go up into the control tower. At the end of the trip they earned their aviation merit badges.

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Robert Bradshaw, 13, from troop 167 said “We just want to learn about everything so when we graduate from college we know what we want to be.”

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