Helicopter Association International, HAI, wants Veterans to Share their stories of using GI Bill Benefits for Helicopter Flight Training to Fight Pending Legislation That Cuts Veterans Benefits for an Aviation Education
- If you’re a Veteran and you have used your GI Bill Benefits for helicopter flight training, HAI wants you to share your story. Email your story to: GovernmentAffairs@rotor.org
- If you are a Veteran and you are currently using your GI Bill Benefits for helicopter flight training, HAI also wants you to share your story. Email your story to: GovernmentAffairs@rotor.org
WHY SHOULD YOU SHARE YOUR STORY???
Proposed legislation, H.R. 475 (orginally H.R. 476), now going to the full House for vote, will cut Veterans benefits for an aviation degree and training. Once passed in Congress, the Bill will quickly go to the Senate, then on to the Executive branch to become law.
Please share your story with HAI by emailing it to GovernmentAffairs@rotor.org, so HAI can share it with lawmakers and help lawmakers understand why it’s important to preserve veterans’ access to flight training degree programs.
From Helicopter Association International:
A proposal pending in Congress threatens to so severely limit veterans’ access to flight training college degree programs that many vets may be shut out of their dreams of flying professionally. But at HAI, we know the program works, and we need your help to tell the story.
Are you a veteran who used the Post 9/11 GI Bill to get your flight training and are you now working in the helicopter industry? Then share your story with us. How did you find your flight training degree program? What were the college and flight school like to work with? Please share your story with us by emailing it to GovernmentAffairs@rotor.org, so we can share it with lawmakers and help them understand why it’s important to preserve veterans’ access to flight training degree programs. See original article HERE.