Join The Victory Circle
The Commemorative Air Force® (CAF) was founded to preserve history by restoring historic World War II aircraft back to flying condition and to educate generations of Americans on the value of military aviation in assuring our nation’s freedom. More than just a collection of airworthy warplanes, our fleet of more than 170 aircraft, known as the CAF Ghost Squadron®, recreate, remind and reinforce the lessons learned from a defining moment in American history. This is history worth saving…and worth passing on!
The Commemorative Air Force began over 60 years ago with a small group of pilots and a single World War II P-51 Mustang fighter aircraft. What started as a hobby became an urgent mission to preserve and protect these important pieces of history. These airplanes — and the men and women who built, flew and maintained them — changed the world forever! We can never let them be forgotten.
We invite you to become a member of our exclusive membership program – The Victory Circle. Your support will ensure the Commemorative Air Force continues to “Keep ’em Flying” and inspire generations of Americans for years to come.
The Commemorative Air Force® (CAF) relies on our members for vital support in preserving and caring for our flying museum of World War II military aircraft. By becoming a member of The Victory Circle, you join an exclusive community of individuals dedicated to honoring American military aviation through flight, exhibition, education, and remembrance. In exchange for your commitment, you’ll enjoy VIP access to events and leadership, as well as other special privileges and gifts.
We hope you will consider joining The Victory Circle. If you are interested in learning more about The Victory Circle, contact the Development Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (214) 330-1700.
On-line Flight Log
Thank you to our 2021 members of The Victory Circle
Mark Jon Bluth
John H. Bond
H. Kirke Lathrop
Luther F. McPherson IV
Henry E. Meadows
James W. Shanahan
John J. Stover
Henry B. Tippie
Raymond Van de Riet