Museum Opening Day Saturday May 1st
— The Museum will re-open on Saturday May 1st 2021
— We request face masks - 😷- for all that visit the museum as a precaution to reduce spread of the virus.
— We continue to do deep cleaning and organizing efforts in order to comply with the best anti-virus safety measures. Hand sanitizer is available at numerous places in the hangar.
— We have the T-6 Texan available for rides. We will be happy to book your vintage aviation experience on our Ride Page
HARRY MOYER, in the photo above with his North American Apache A-36 is now 100 years old. Harry was instrumental in the founding of our WW II aviation museum. Harry served during WW II in North Africa, India, and China. He was recently featured on CBS News and the AOPA magazine celebrating his long aviation history. Our warmest thanks to Harry for his donations on display at the CAF museum in Heber City.
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Our Heber Valley Hangar and Museum
The museum and the WW II period aircraft and artifacts are available for events and photo opportunities.
The Museum is Closed from Oct. 31st until April 30th.
Special arrangements for group visits in the winter season can be made by sending an email to CAF.Utah at Gmail.
CAF Utah Wing Members Pages
Experience the Joy of a Warbird ride in our WW II Navy and Army Air Force trainers ! Give the gift of flight to a loved one. The Utah CAF Wing's vintage aircraft are available for Warbird Rides to thrill those you know who love the sound and feel of radial engines!
Click HERE to reserve.
ATTU WARRIOR and Dave Hansen
This US Navy PV-2 Harpoon WW II bomber was owned and maintained by Dave Hansen here at Russ McDonald Field. After a long fight with cancer, Dave Flew West on January 12th, 2018.
He will be greatly missed by the members of the CAF Wing.
The story of the "BAD ANGEL" P-51
CNN reports on the
COMMEMORATIVE AIR FORCE
The Strange WWII camp where Allies and Germans mixed
The GREAT ESCAPE Revealed !
Read about the recent discovery of the escape tunnels at Stalag Luft III German POW camp on which the film "Great Escape” was filmed
Download the PDF story
WW II Aircraft
The Freeman Airfield project, Operation Lusty:
Immediately after the end of the war in Europe, General Hap Arnold issued a directive calling on the U.S. forces to obtain at least one copy of every aircraft used by the Axis forces. The Freeman Army Airfield in Seymour, Indiana was designated as the location to evaluate each of these airplanes. The Indiana Military Organization maintains an incredibly detailed website that includes a great deal of information about each of these captured WW II aircraft.
Some interesting facts about the airplanes of World War II.
Video of 1948 Kingman, AZ aircraft storage facility.
The story of Koga's Zero.....
WW II-era Photos from Stearman Flight.org
LIFE Magazine Unpublished WW II Photos
Utah Wing Commemorative Air Force
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