The Commemorative Air Force was founded to acquire, restore and preserve in flying condition a complete collection of combat aircraft which were flown by all military services of the United States, and selected aircraft of other nations, for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations of Americans. Since 1987 the CAF Dixie Wing has displayed its collection of vintage World War II era aircraft at numerous airshows throughout the Southeast.

Upcoming Events

  1. CAF Dixie Wing TRARON Formation Clinic

    November 13 @ 8:00 am - November 15 @ 5:00 pm

Airpower Museum

In addition to the rare flying WWII and Korea warplanes on display at the impressive hangar of the Dixie Wing, there is a room dedicated to the display of artifacts and memorabilia of the Wars of the U.S. in the last century. On display at various points in the museum are mannequins wearing authentic uniforms of WWII. One cabinet displays WWI articles.

Facility Rental

Looking for a medium-sized room for an upcoming meeting? Or maybe you need several thousand feet of floor space with 38 foot ceilings for a dance? The Dixie Wing hangar at Falcon Field is available for your group. Our hangar has been used by groups for annual parties as well as band performances. FIND OUT MORE

Educational Programs

Military aviation history will come to life through a new monthly series presented by the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) Dixie Wing at the Wing’s headquarters. The public is invited to join the Saturday discussions by a variety of aviators dedicated to preserving the memory of U.S. aviation history. FIND OUT MORE

Support The Dixie Wing

The CAF's aircraft are obtained through direct donations of aircraft and through purchases made by the CAF. Our aircraft are not provided or given to the CAF by any government entity. When significant and historic aircraft become available this fund provides a means for the CAF to add historic aircraft to its operational fleet and more importantly to keep them in flying condition.
Click HERE to make a monetary donation to the Dixie Wing.