Hello and I hope this is in the right place for this announcement. Wendover Airfield museum, the Utah Commemorative Airforce and the Arizona Ground crew are putting on a Pilot training camp in September. The Arizona Ground crew has been running the widely recognized "Bomber Camp" in California with the Collings Foundation B-24 and B-17 and they are now putting on a "pilot camp" in Wendover, Utah. You will train and receive instruction in actual Army Air Corps World War II buildings! Here is the link to register for the camp: http://www.planetreg.com/WWIIPilotTrainingCamp During the four days of training you will: - Receive a Flight Suit and Pilots Log Book. - Barracks accommodations for five nights. - Three meals per day in the Mess Hall. - Training materials - Receive Ground School Training on all aspects of flying operations. - Take Primary Flight Training in the PT-17 Stearman. - Conduct Advanced Flight Training in the AT-6 Texan - Air Cadets will be flying everyday during this condensed training course and upon completion will Graduate and earn their WINGS! - please note you will NOT receive a pilots licence (just loggable time in the aircraft) Thanks and if you have any questions let me know! Tom P.