Address:
Fayetteville Wingmen Chapter
886 West Orange Street
Fayetteville, NC
Phone:
910-484-2936
Phone:
Wingmen History
The Wingmen Motorcycle Club originated at the base of Boscomantico near Verona, Italy, the home of the
Combat Support Company, 1st Battalion, of the 509th Airborne Combat Team. In the spring of 1976 a member of
the Ft. Lewis “Freedom Riders” started the chapter but with an original center patch consisting of an American
Eagle instead of the home chapter’s center patch.

In the summer of 1978 the post closed, and we joined the rest of the battalion in Vicenza, Italy, where the club
continued to grow. It was in Vicenza that the Freedom Riders picked up a new member who informed the club
that the founding member in Verona had been thrown out of the Ft. Lewis Freedom Riders and had no
authorization to start a new chapter. At a club meeting on the 4th of July, 1979, the members voted to change
their name to the “Wingmen Motorcycle Club”, a term used to describe the way two pilots fly and cover one
another. The original center Eagle patch was kept and the club stayed “All American”, unlike a lot of the American
clubs in Europe.

When one of the members returned to Ft. Bragg, NC, in August 1979, he received a copy of the Wingmen charter
and started to put a chapter together for the other returning paratroopers.

In the states the club did not stay all GI with many civilian riders. By the spring of 1985, enough men had passed
through the chapter’s ranks and been assigned to Fort Benning, GA, that the Columbus chapter was formed.
From that point, former members at other bases began to build chapters until today the Wingmen can be found
all over the United States partying with one another and other clubs.
The spirit of Harley-Davidson and
brotherhood keeps them united and their club motto says it all: Good Time, Good Friends, BAAAD Women
Motor Cycle Club Chapters
Italy
  • FREEDOM RIDERS - VERONA* 1977 - 1978
  • FREEDOM RIDERS - VICENZA* 1978 - 1979
  • WINGMEN MC - ITLAY* JULY 1979 - 1981

United States of America
  • FAYETTEVILLE NORTH CAROLINA SEPTEMBER 1979
  • COLUMBUS GEORGIA* APRIL 1985 – SEPTEMBER 1991
  • OPELIKA ALABAMA APRIL 1986
  • JUNCTION CITY KANSAS* AUGUST 1987 - AUGUST 1991
  • NORTH GEORGIA DECEMBER 1987
  • ROCKLAND COUNTY NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 1988
  • NORTHEAST GEORGIA OCTOBER 1988
  • MANNHEIM GERMANY* AUGUST 1990 - AUGUST 1993
  • SAVANNAH GEORGIA MAY 1991
  • MOORE COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA JUNE 1992
  • WOODLAWN TENNESEE** FEBRUARY 1994 - JANUARY 1995
  • OAK GROVE KENTUCKY JANUARY 1995
  • EFFINGHAM COUNTY GEORGIA SEPTEMBER 2000
  • DEVILS ELBOW MISSOURI SEPTEMBER 2003
  • ORANGE COUNTY NEW YORK NOVEMBER 2003
  • PHENIX CITY ALABAMA APRIL 2004
  • LONG COUNTY GEORGIA JUNE 2004
  • BERGEN COUNTY NEW JERSEY AUGUST 2004
  • CALHOUN COUNTY ALABAMA SEPTEMBER 2007
  • DAWSON COUNTY GEORGIA MAY 2008
  • LITTLE RIVER NORTH CAROLINA JANUARY 2009
  • BEAUFORT COUNTY SOUTH CAROLINA SEPTEMBER 2009

* Represents Retired Chapters
** Changed Rocker to Oak Grove KY
Time Carries Over From February 1994
"To those who still
believe in me:
Come visit me in the
Western North Carolina
Mountains!"
Wingmen MC
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