The Commemorative Air Force

The Dixie Wing was approved as the 83rd CAF unit on February 28, 1987, and has since displayed its collection of vintage World War II aircraft in numerous air shows throughout the Southeast. The wing is a non-profit, tax-exempt “flying museum” that depends on contributions of time and funds to carry out its mission. 

The LT-6 Mosquito

PT-26 Cornell

Commemorative Air Force

 You can visit them on the web at  http://dw.squawk1200.net/ and plan to see the fleet at the WWII Heritage Days  

 
EXPERIENCE the SIGHTS and SOUNDS of WWII
in Peachtree City, GA’s Falcon Field when the
Commemorative Air Force Dixie Wing hosts
WWII Heritage Days 2010
April 24-25th 
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