U.S. Military Veterans Enrolled in Collegiate Helicopter Pilot Training ask Arnold Schwarzenegger for a “GET TO THE CHOPPER” Shout-Out U.S. Military Veterans enrolled in the Guidance Aviation helicopter pilot program are asking Arnold Schwarzenegger for a “Get To The Chopper” shout-out. Will he respond? Check out the video: The term “Get to the chopper” was … Continued
Ryan Kelly, Veteran, Wounded Warrior, Helicopter Pilot Ryan Kelly, U.S. Military Veteran and Wounded Warrior, is now a Medevac Helicopter Pilot in Texas for PHI, Inc., despite being a below knee amputee. Kelly was recently featured on CBS news (video below), and is a former helicopter flight student and Certified Flight Instructor (CFI-I) – Helicopters, … Continued
“Bingo fuel” is a military term and not a part of the Pilot/Controller Glossary Since there are many U.S. Military Veterans in flight training as well as many aviation junkies that consume copious amounts of flying movies, (I’m one of them- I’ll even watch the show “The Thunderbirds”- you know, the marionettes..), it might be … Continued
30 Year US Army Veteran and Former Exec Director of Louisiana Dept. of Veteran Affairs to Address Baton Rouge Community College – Guidance Aviation Flight Students Col. Joey Strickland, a 30 year Veteran of the US Army, is set to address the Baton Rouge Community College helicopter flight students during the BRCC – Guidance Aviation … Continued
Check out the Prescott Arizona Veterans Day Parade Video Highlights and Pics!
Partnership to Bring Veterans Day Parade Downtown Creates New Opportunities for Statewide Participation by Pete Wertheim, Communications & Public Affairs Manager, City of Prescott, AZ. As Veterans Day parades around the country are being downsized due to financial strains and other factors, the City of Prescott has taken steps to partner with the VA Medical Center … Continued
Veterans Day Free Meals 2013 Listings for Veterans and active US Military service members This Veterans Day Free Meals 2013 Listing may be missing some restaurants. If you know of any not on the 2013 Veterans Day Free Meals list, email us! We published a Veterans Day free meal listing in 2012, and we have … Continued
Veterans Day, History of a Day to Remember Veterans Day was recognized as a legal holiday on June 01 ,1954 when President Eisenhower signed legislation changing the name of the legal holiday Armistice Day to Veteran’s Day. Later, legislation was passed to return the Federal observance of Veteran’s Day to November 11, based on popular … Continued
Today, we honor those lost on September 11, 2001. We remember the first responders and others that made heroic sacrifices that day. We also remember our Veterans and U.S. Military Service Personnel who have made the commitment to defend us and our nation. We will never forget those that lost their lives while protecting us.
As Veterans enroll into the helicopter flight training program at Guidance Aviation using the Post-9/11 GI Bill® benefits they’ve earned, August 1st marked the four year anniversary of the Post 9/11 GI Bill®. To date, “the VA has issued approximately $30 billion in Post 9/11 GI-Bill® benefit payments since its inception in August 2009 and helped … Continued