ARMY AVIATION EMBLEM
Since become a separate Branch in 1983, the U.S. Army Aviation
has selected, educated, trained and supported today's modern Army Aviators to perform a multitude of complex missions. From patrolling the skies over modern battlefields while piloting unmanned aerial vehicles from remote locations to dominating the modern battlefield in the middle of the day or during the dark of night.
Fort Rucker, named U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence in 2008, serves as the Headquarters for Army Aviation.
Handcrafted from 6 different fine hardwoods, this handsome Army Aviation Emblem measures 14" in diameter.
Our Artists carefully sculpt the Wings from 3 different woods, creating our Signature Feathered Wings, a time-consuming method of creating highly detailed wooden wings.
We now use striped ebony for the outer band and letters, against quarter-sawn white maple for the background - a striking combination.