Sightline journalists win Aerospace Media Awards in Paris
VIENNA, VA., June 17, 2019 – Defense News air warfare reporter Valerie Insinna, and C4ISRNET reporter Kelsey Atherton won Aerospace Media Awards, at this year’s Aerospace Media Dinner in Paris, France. Insinna was recognized as Best Young Journalist and Atherton won for Best Unmanned Submission.
The Aerospace Media Awards are presented annually at the international air shows in Paris and Farnborough, England. For years they have honored the most thoughtful and groundbreaking international reporting and influential journalists focusing on the commercial and defense aerospace market.
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