Preserve Military Aviation History With Warbirds Membership
February 20, 2013 - Members of EAA Warbirds of America are dedicated to preserving military aircraft and history, and the benefits that come along with a division membership only encourage this activism to continue.
Flying, fun, and friendship are key to Warbirds' success and can be found in each grassroots Warbirds squadron, which help members participate on a local level. These squadrons also open doors to volunteer and social opportunities at yearly aviation events, like EAA AirVenture Oshkosh and Sun 'n Fun.
As a Warbirds member, you receive eight issues of Warbirds magazine, which highlights special people, aircraft, stories, news, and other aspects of historical interest. Members also receive the e-newsletter, Warbirds Briefing, which provides interesting content supported by audio, video, and stunning photography.
Warbirds members have the opportunity to take advantage of discounted aircraft insurance premiums through participation in recognized safety programs underwritten by U.S. Specialty Insurance Company. EAA Warbirds of America is also well represented in Washington, D.C., working with FAA and other government officials to protect warbird flying privileges.
Current EAA members can join the Warbirds of America division for an annual fee of $45, which includes an official membership card, window decal, publication subscriptions, and access to the insurance plan. For those looking for complete membership benefits from both EAA and Warbirds, an annual fee of $85 will give you the best of both organizations, including 12 issues of Sport Aviation magazine. Warbirds family and lifetime memberships are also available for purchase.