This page will give you an opportunity to view some amazing footage of aircraft footage
Lockheed EC121T Constellation leaving Camarillo, CA Airport (CMA) after being at CMA for about 16 years – not flying. She was heading for Chino, CA and “Yanks Air Museum.”
Here is the EC121T landing at “Yanks Air Museum” in Chino, CA after the flight from Camarillo.
This is what the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) stands for. “We Remember!”
See the only flyable B-29 Superfortress in the world, the CAF’s FIFI, fly at Long Beach, CA on Veterans’ Day, 2010
In honor of Veterans’ Day, please remember those who gave their lives for our freedoms. See this memorable video “Angel Flight.” Be sure to have your sound “on.” Thanks to Col. David Spence for passing this on to us
Also on Veterans Day, 2011, the North American B-25J Mitchell “Executive Sweet” flew, along with four Chinese-built Tiger Squadron Nanchang CJ-6A fighters, from Camarillo, CA Airport to honor the Santa Barbara Veterans’ Day Parade with a memorable fly-over.
Combat movies taken on carriers during WWII.Commemorating 100 years of Naval Aviation!
Check out this Russian video on the manufacture, testing and flying of Yak-3s during WWII. One of the Yak-3s seen in this video could be the one on static display in our Aviation Museum.
Wing member Merrill Wien’s Retirement Flight Over Seattle in the CAF’s B-29 “Fifi”
Duxford, England Air Show – 2011
Aircraft Carrier USS John C Stennis launching aircraf
U. S. Naval Aviation Centennial: 2011
The year 2011 will be a year of celebration for our U. S. Navy, since it will be Naval Aviation’s 100th Anniversary!.
You can keep up-to-date with the Centennial happenings by visiting these websites:
See the Battle of Britain / Warbird Appreciation Day Poster