Historic four-ship division consisting... of the first T-6B Texan II that arrived at TW-5 in 2009 and the gold color-schemed T-6B from 2010's Centennial of Naval Aviation, joined the 148th and final T-6B in 2016. Photo by Ensign Antonio More. More Info
TW-5 Student pilot taxis a new T6-B... Texan II. The TW-5 student pilot is the first to train in the T6-B Texan II. More Info
Two TH-57 Sea Ranger helicopters fly... over the Emerald Coast in Pensacola, FL. They are used for advanced helicopter training in the rotary wing pilot syllabus, as well as for photo, chase and utility missions. Photo by Ensign Antonio More.
Welcome to Training Air Wing Five
Training Air Wing FIVE is located 5 miles north of Milton, Florida on board Naval Air Station Whiting Field. The wing is comprised of three primary fixed-wing and three advanced helicopter squadrons and trains aviators from the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Air Force, and allied nations. TRAWING FIVE is responsible for an estimated 43 percent of the Chief of Naval Air Training Command's total flight time and over 11 percent of Navy and Marine Corps' flight time world-wide. Over 1,200 personnel complete their essential flight training here annually. We pride ourselves on producing the finest Naval Aviators in the world.