Achievements

Achievements and victory marks are awarded to players for exceptional battle effectiveness. Achievements can be tied to both general statistics of a player and awarded individually for each aircraft and its crew. 

To check your achievements, go to Service Record tab on the top menu panel in the Hangar. 

Service Awards

Ace

Awarded for the destruction of at least five enemy aircraft in a single battle.


Destroyer

Awarded for destroying at least 4 enemy aircraft and receiving at least 3 points for destroying enemy ground targets in one battle in a fighter or heavy fighter.


Thunder

Awarded to a player who received at least 15 points for destroying enemy ground targets in one battle in an attack aircraft.


Epic Achievements

Lindbergh Order
Awarded for participating in the Supertest for 9 months.

Charles Lindbergh was an American aviator who was the first to cross the Atlantic, flying from New York to Paris. He served as a consultant to the U.S. Army and Navy during World War II. Although Lindbergh was a civilian, he nevertheless flew about 50 combat missions.

Sikorsky Order IV Class
Awarded for participating in at least 100 battles during World of Warplanes Open Beta testing.

Igor Sikorsky was a Russian–American aviation pioneer. He designed and flew the world's first multi-engine fixed-wing aircraft, the Russky Vityaz, and the first four-engine airliner and heavy bomber, the Ilya Muromets. He also designed flying boats, transatlantic seaplanes, and the Vought-Sikorsky VS-300, a single-engine helicopter with a three-blade rotor.

Sikorsky Order III Class
Awarded for participating in at least 100 battles during World of Warplanes Closed Beta testing.

Igor Sikorsky was a Russian–American aviation pioneer. He designed and flew the world's first multi-engine fixed-wing aircraft, the Russky Vityaz, and the first four-engine airliner and heavy bomber, the Ilya Muromets. He also designed flying boats, transatlantic seaplanes, and the Vought-Sikorsky VS-300, a single-engine helicopter with a three-blade rotor.

Sikorsky Order II Class
Awarded for participating in World of Warplanes Global Alpha testing.
 
Igor Sikorsky was a Russian–American aviation pioneer. He designed and flew the world's first multi-engine fixed-wing aircraft, the Russky Vityaz, and the first four-engine airliner and heavy bomber, the Ilya Muromets. He also designed   flying boats, transatlantic seaplanes, and the Vought-Sikorsky VS-300, a single-engine helicopter with a three-blade rotor.

Sikorsky Order I Class
Awarded for participating in World of Warplanes Global Alpha testing.
 
Igor Sikorsky was a Russian–American aviation pioneer. He designed and flew the world's first multi-engine fixed-wing aircraft, the Russky Vityaz, and the first four-engine airliner and heavy bomber, the Ilya Muromets. He also designed flying boats, transatlantic seaplanes, and the Vought-Sikorsky VS-300, a single-engine helicopter with a three-blade rotor.

Seversky Order III Class
Awarded for participating in at least 100 battles during World of Warplanes Closed Beta testing. Awarded only if the Sikorsky Order II Class has not been obtained.

Alexander de Seversky was a Russian–American aviator, inventor, and aircraft designer. In February 1931 he founded the Seversky Aircraft Corporation (later reorganized and renamed as Republic Aviation Corporation), where he served as President, aircraft designer, and test pilot. The corporation produced the SEV-3, P-35, 2PA, and the P-47 Thunderbolt, one of the largest fighters of World War II.

Seversky Order II Class
Awarded to a player who researched and purchased a tier X aircraft from at least one of the nation's tech trees no more than 2 hours after the first player on the server who earned the Seversky Order I Class.

Alexander de Seversky was a Russian–American aviator, inventor, and aircraft designer. In February 1931 he founded the Seversky Aircraft Corporation (later reorganized and renamed as Republic Aviation Corporation), where he served as President, aircraft designer, and test pilot. The corporation produced the SEV-3, P-35, 2PA, and the P-47 Thunderbolt, one of the largest fighters of World War II.

Seversky Order I Class
Awarded for participating in World of Warplanes Pre-Global Alpha testing.

Alexander de Seversky was a Russian–American aviator, inventor, and aircraft designer. In February 1931 he founded the Seversky Aircraft Corporation (later reorganized and renamed as Republic Aviation Corporation), where he served as President, aircraft designer, and test pilot. The corporation produced the SEV-3, P-35, 2PA, and the P-47 Thunderbolt, one of the largest fighters of World War II.

Gorovets Medal
Awarded for destroying at least 9 enemy aircraft in one battle.

Alexander Gorovets was a Soviet fighter ace. On July 6, 1943 he single-handedly attacked a large formation of German aircraft and managed to destroy 9 of them. Returning to the base with no ammunition for defense and low on fuel, Gorovets was shot down and killed.

Rudorffer Medal
Awarded for destroying at least 13 enemy aircraft in one battle.
 
Erich Rudorffer was a German fighter ace, who served throughout all of World War II. Flying more than 1,000 combat missions, he engaged in aerial combat 302 times. Rudorffer claimed a total of 222 aerial victories, including 60 victories on the Western Front, 26 in North Africa, and 136 on the Eastern Front.

Zvonarev Medal
Awarded for destroying 3 enemy aircraft with rockets in one battle.

Nikolay Zvonarev was a Soviet test pilot. On August 20, 1939, during the Soviet–Japanese border conflict, the formation of the I-16 fighters under Zvonarev’s command first successfully used rockets in aerial combat over the Khalkhyn Gol river, destroying several enemy fighters.

Clostermann Medal
Awarded for destroying at least 7 enemy aircraft and receiving at least 3 points for destroying enemy ground targets in one battle.

Pierre Clostermann was the top French fighter ace. After the defeat of France, he joined the Royal Air Force. Clostermann was credited with a total of 33 victories and destroyed a significant number of enemy ground targets.


Gabreski Medal
Awarded for destroying at least 9 enemy aircraft and receiving at least 3 points for destroying enemy targets in one battle.

Francis "Gabby" Gabreski was an American fighter ace. During World War II he destroyed 28 enemy aircraft in the P-47 Thunderbolt, and 6 more aircraft during the Korean War.

McGuire Medal
Awarded for destroying at least 3 enemy aircraft in one battle in a heavy fighter. All aircraft must be at least two tiers higher than the player's aircraft.

Thomas McGuire was an American ace, who served during World War II. Flying the P-38 Lightning heavy fighter, he shot down 38 Japanese aircraft. He died during air combat on January 7, 1945.

Akamatsu Medal
Awarded for destroying at least 3 enemy aircraft in one battle in a fighter. All aircraft must be at least two tiers higher than the player's aircraft.

Sadaaki Akamatsu was a Japanese ace. He destroyed 27 enemy aircraft during the Second Sino-Japanese War and World War II. During combat in 1945, he faced more technically advanced American fighters, shooting down more than 10 of them.

Efimov Medal
Awarded for destroying at least 3 enemy aircraft in one battle in an attack aircraft. All aircraft must be at least two tiers higher than the player's aircraft.

Alexander Efimov was a Soviet attack aircraft pilot, who served during World War II. In 1942–1945, he flew 288 combat missions in the IL-2 attack aircraft. He destroyed a significant number of ground targets and shot down 8 enemy aircraft in air combat and 85 aircraft on the ground.

 

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Honorary Ranks

Sky Scourge

Awarded for destroying at least 10 enemy aircraft in one or several battles.
The count stops if the player's aircraft is destroyed.


Ground Pounder

Awarded to a player who received at least 30 points for destroying enemy ground targets in one or several battles.
The count stops if the player’s aircraft is destroyed.


Furious

Awarded for winning 10 battles in a row.


Die Hard

Awarded for winning 5 battles in a row. The count stops if the player's aircraft is destroyed.

 


 

 

Tiered Decorations

Graf Medal IV Class

Awarded for destroying 10 enemy aircraft.

Hermann Graf was a German ace, who served during World War II. He flew 800 combat missions and was credited with 212 aerial victories on the Eastern and Western fronts. He was the world's first pilot to score 200 aerial victories.


Graf Medal III Class

Awarded for destroying 100 enemy aircraft.

Hermann Graf was a German ace, who served during World War II. He flew 800 combat missions and was credited with 212 aerial victories on the Eastern and Western fronts. He was the world's first pilot to score 200 aerial victories.


Graf Medal II Class

Awarded for destroying 1,000 enemy aircraft.

Hermann Graf was a German ace, who served during World War II. He flew 800 combat missions and was credited with 212 aerial victories on the Eastern and Western fronts. He was the world's first pilot to score 200 aerial victories.


Graf Medal I Class

Awarded for destroying 10,000 enemy aircraft.

Hermann Graf was a German ace, who served during World War II. He flew 800 combat missions and was credited with 212 aerial victories on the Eastern and Western fronts. He was the world's first pilot to score 200 aerial victories.


Begeldinov Medal IV Class

Awarded for destroying 30 enemy targets.

Talgat Begeldinov was a Soviet attack aircraft pilot, who served during World War II. In 1943–1945, he flew 305 combat missions, destroyed a significant number of ground targets, and shot down 7 enemy aircraft.


Begeldinov Medal III Class

Awarded for destroying 300 enemy targets.

Talgat Begeldinov was a Soviet attack aircraft pilot, who served during World War II. In 1943–1945, he flew 305 combat missions, destroyed a significant number of ground targets, and shot down 7 enemy aircraft.


Begeldinov Medal II Class

Awarded for destroying 3,000 enemy targets.

Talgat Begeldinov was a Soviet attack aircraft pilot, who served during World War II. In 1943–1945, he flew 305 combat missions, destroyed a significant number of ground targets, and shot down 7 enemy aircraft.


Begeldinov Medal I Class

Awarded for destroying 30,000 enemy targets.

Talgat Begeldinov was a Soviet attack aircraft pilot, who served during World War II. In 1943–1945, he flew 305 combat missions, destroyed a significant number of ground targets, and shot down 7 enemy aircraft.


 

Meyer Medal III Class

Awarded for earning 3 Thunder Medals in an attack aircraft.

Bruno Meyer was a German attack ace who served during World War II. He participated in battles in Poland, France, North Africa, and the Eastern Front. Flying more than 1,000 combat missions, he destroyed a significant number of ground vehicles, including 183 tanks. He mainly flew the Hs 129 attack aircraft.


Meyer Medal II Class

Awarded for earning 30 Thunder Medals in an attack aircraft.

Bruno Meyer was a German attack ace who served during World War II. He participated in battles in Poland, France, North Africa, and the Eastern Front. Flying more than 1,000 combat missions, he destroyed a significant number of ground vehicles, including 183 tanks. He mainly flew the Hs 129 attack aircraft.


Meyer Medal I Class

Awarded for earning 300 Thunder Medals in an attack aircraft.

Bruno Meyer was a German attack ace who served during World War II. He participated in battles in Poland, France, North Africa, and the Eastern Front. Flying more than 1,000 combat missions, he destroyed a significant number of ground vehicles, including 183 tanks. He mainly flew the Hs 129 attack aircraft.


Galland Medal III Class

Awarded for earning 3 Ace Medals in a fighter.

Adolf Galland was a German fighter ace, who served as a Luftwaffe Lieutenant-General during World War II. He flew 705 combat missions and was credited with 104 aerial victories. He was appointed Commander of the Germany's Fighter Force in November 1941 and stayed in this position until January 1945.


Galland Medal II Class

Awarded for earning 30 Ace Medals in a fighter.

Adolf Galland was a German fighter ace, who served as a Luftwaffe Lieutenant-General during World War II. He flew 705 combat missions and was credited with 104 aerial victories. He was appointed Commander of the Germany's Fighter Force in November 1941 and stayed in this position until January 1945.


Galland Medal I Class

Awarded for earning 300 Ace Medals in a fighter.

Adolf Galland was a German fighter ace, who served as a Luftwaffe Lieutenant-General during World War II. He flew 705 combat missions and was credited with 104 aerial victories. He was appointed Commander of the Germany's Fighter Force in November 1941 and stayed in this position until January 1945.


Bong Medal III Class

Awarded for earning 3 Destroyer Medals in a heavy fighter.

Richard Ira Bong was the US Army Air Force's highest-scoring ace during World War II. Flying the Lockheed P-38 Lightning, he shot down at least 40 Japanese aircraft while serving in the South Pacific. He died on August 6, 1945 during a test flight in the P-80 Shooting Star.


Bong Medal II Class

Awarded for earning 30 Destroyer Medals in a heavy fighter.

Richard Ira Bong was the US Army Air Force's highest-scoring ace during World War II. Flying the Lockheed P-38 Lightning, he shot down at least 40 Japanese aircraft while serving in the South Pacific. He died on August 6, 1945 during a test flight in the P-80 Shooting Star.


Bong Medal I Class

Awarded for earning 300 Destroyer Medals in a heavy fighter.

Richard Ira Bong was the US Army Air Force's highest-scoring ace during World War II. Flying the Lockheed P-38 Lightning, he shot down at least 40 Japanese aircraft while serving in the South Pacific. He died on August 6, 1945 during a test flight in the P-80 Shooting Star.


 

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Distinguished Badges

Expert
Awarded for winning a standard battle and entering the team's top 5 by experience received. Awarded one time only.

Veteran
Awarded for winning a standard battle and earning the most experience of any player in the team. Awarded one time only.

Rocketeer
Awarded for destroying enemy aircraft with a rocket.

 

 


 

 

Group Achievements

Epic Contribution
Awarded to all members of a flight which destroyed at least 12 enemy aircraft.


Wrecking Crew

Awarded to all members of a flight which destroyed at least 5 enemy aircraft and received at least 15 points for destroying enemy ground targets.
All flight members must survive.

 


 

 

Victory Marks

The victory marks are given to players for destroying air and ground targets.

Victory marks order:

1/10/50/200/500/2000/10000 (one aerial victory — 1 mark, 10 victories — 2 marks etc.)

 

The icon varies depending on the nation.

USSR

Air targets
Stars

Ground targets Bombs


GERMANY

Victory marks are placed on the rudder.

Air targets
Black and white marks

Ground targets Black and yellow marks


USA

Air targets
Planes

Ground targets Bombs


JAPAN

Air targets
5-petal chrysanthemum flowers
Ground targets Suns


  UK

Air targets
Crosses

Ground targets Bombs

The list of achievements is not final and will be extended in the future.


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