FAPA.aero | Professional Pilot Degree Institutions

Future Pilots

Vets Stop Here for Details of the G.I. Bill

FAPA.aero supports all U.S. military personnel through the Veterans Administration-Supported Professional Pilot Degree Programs, code name Warrior Wings listing. Here you'll find details about how benefits of the Post 9/11 G.I. Bill can help qualified men and women earn a college degree and/or use their G.I. Bill funding to help offset the cost of flight training. All benefits require personnel to have received an honorable discharge from the branch in which they served after September 11, 2001.

The below is FAPA.aero's Veterans Administration-Supported Professional Pilot Degree Programs (Warrior Wings) listing. This document was prepared for flight-inspired military personnel and veterans wishing to avail themselves of current Post 9/11 GI Bill professional pilot degree-earning opportunities. 

If you find any listings that are out-of-date, or do not find an institution or program that you feel should be included you can contact us.

Meet the FAPA team

G.W. "Bo" Corby

Director of Flight Training Standards

G.W.

Captain Corby began his aviation career as a Flight Crew Instructor for the Boeing Company, followed by 3 years in the Middle East as a pilot/flight engineer for several airlines, returning to the U.S. in 1977 as a pilot for Hughes Airwest in San Mateo, California. Hughes Airwest later merged with Republic Airlines and eventually Northwest Airlines (NWA).  At NWA, he served as NWA ALPA Training Committee Chairman and in this position participated as one of 3 Board Members on the Pilot Training Review Board at NWA. This Board evaluated issues in the NWA training department relating to pilot training deficiencies. He retired from NWA in 2006.

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