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Sea Plane Sea Wings Program

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Does anyone know if this program still exists?

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    Wes Beard on Sep 29, 2011

    Hello John,
    In 2007 the FAA revamped the wings program into a new and better program.  Since that time, the program has grown to include seaplane activities.  The new pilot proficiency program is located at http://www.faasafety.gov.
    There is a notice about the seawings lapel pin from the seaplane pilots association.

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  2. Seawings on Oct 09, 2014

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