National Aviation Hall of Honor

The Naval Aviation Hall of Honor at the National Naval Aviation Museum recognizes individuals for extraordinary achievements in Naval Aviation. Since its inception in 1979, the Hall of Honor has enshrined 67 people representing every element of the Naval Aviation family: Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and civilian. Induction ceremonies occur biennially.

There’s even a pilot there named George H. W. Bush that you might recognize.
 

The Naval Aviation Hall of Honor recognizes individuals for extraordinary achievements in Naval Aviation. Photo by Tim Stanley Photography.

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