See the restored warbirds at the nonprofit's museum at Camarillo Airport in California.
Photos by Jon Whittle
May 18, 2016
The Commemorative Air Force, a nonprofit with 79 units across 25 states, restores, maintains and flies iconic warbirds, largely through the help of volunteers.
Through airshows and making rides in the WWII-era airplanes available to the public, the CAF aims to expose these pieces of aviation history to a wider American audience. Read the full story about the Commemorative Air Force here.
Photos from the CAF's SoCal Wing at Camarillo Airport in California, whose fleet includes a P-51 Mustang, C-46F Commando, two SNJs and a newly restored PBJ-1J among others, can be seen below.