EAA Warbird Wings

    The EAA Warbirds of America Wings program helps us honor the many pilots and copilots who fly warbird aircraft in selected aviation events such as: EAA AirVenture, the Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In, and the EAA Northwest Fly-In (Arlington), Olympia, (WA).. Each warbird member must meet the rigid requirements for each level of Warbird Wing Award:

    The requirements for Warbird Aviator Wings are at least 250 hours time in civilian warbird aircraft as pilot-in-command or co-pilot on a crew-operated warbird (e.g. bomber or transport type) and participation in at least five (5) EAA WOA selected aerial demonstrations (AirVenture, Sun ‘n Fun, Arlington, Olympia).

    The requirements for Senior Warbird Aviator Wings are at least 500 hours time in civilian warbird aircraft as pilot-in-command or co-pilot on a crew-operated warbird (e.g. bomber or transport type) and participation in at least ten (10) EAA WOA selected aerial demonstrations (Air Venture, Sun ‘n Fun, Arlington, Olympia).

    The requirements for the Command Wings are at least 500 hours time in civilian warbird aircraft as pilot-in-command or co-pilot on a crew-operated warbird (e.g. bomber or transport type) and participation in at least twenty (20) EAA WOA selected aerial demonstrations (Air Venture, Sun ‘n Fun, Arlington, Olympia).

    Click on the link for the application: Warbird Wing Application (PDF)

 

   

     
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