On this first day of November in the Year of Our Lord Nineteen Hundred and Seventy, the P-2000 Club declares the formation of the VP International Association. All members of the founding P-2000 Club shall have charter membership.
On this 1st day of July in the year Two Thousand and Six, the VP International Charter is revised to read:
To maintain a worldwide organization of aircrew to foster goodwill and fellowship through the promotion of understanding and recognition of VP operations.
The term VP is accepted by VP International as a military designator applied to fixed wing, Maritime Patrol aircraft employed in intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, anti-surface, and anti-subsurface operations.
Shall be extended to all aircrew who have graduated from a VP aircrew training program and have been assigned to a VP squadron.
VPI Wings may be formed subject to the approval of the VP International Headquarters.
Honorary membership may be extended to military Commanders and other individuals that have demonstrated a keen appreciation and support of the VP role in military operations.