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Army Master Aircrew Badge

Among those who’ve earned it, the Army Aircrew Badge is known as “wings”. Each branch of service has its own version, but they all signify that the wearer has receive proper training and qualifications to serve on board aircraft operating in service. Advanced training must be undergone in order to be entrusted to serve in support roles on military aircraft. After roughly 7 years, 1300 flight hours, and 5 years of flying service have been completed, the senior award can be obtained. However, if the individual is tracking a Master badge, then the road is much longer. Approximately 15 years and well over 2000 flying hours are required before the badge can even be considered to be awarded.
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