Commemorative Air Force Southern California Wing
The So Cal Wing is one of the largest units in the CAF. Established in 1981, the So Cal wing has 12 aircraft on display and is open to the public.
Our mission is to honor American Military Aviation through flight, exhibition, and remembrance.
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Curtiss C-46F Commando
The ERCO Ercoupe is an American low-wing monoplane aircraft that was first flown in 1937. It was originally manufactured by the Engineering and Research Corporation (ERCO) shortly before World War II; several other manufacturers continued its production after the war.
The restoration of this Fairchild F-24 has been successfully completed with a maiden flight on Thursday August 18, 2016.
Fairchild PT-19A Cornell
This beautifully-restored antique training plane is owned by Capt. Charles Plumb, USN (Ret.), of Calabasas, CA. Charles flew F-4 Phantoms during the Vietnam conflict, and was shot down on his 75th mission. He spent 5 years and 9 months in a communist prison, and learned how to survive and come out of it stronger than when he went in.He now gives motivational speeches all over the country on how one can survive in adversity. Take a flight, open cockpit down the Ventura shoreline, in this wonderful flying World War II trainer.
Grumman F6F Hellcat
Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat
Mitsubishi A6M3 Zero
560 A6M3 Model 22s were built between December 1942 and summer of 1943. The A6M3 was built after the Battle of Midway, with longer wings, folding wing-tips (for carrier use), a more powerful engine and the longest range of all the Zeros.
North American PBJ Mitchell
One day before the 23rd anniversary of our beloved B25-PBJ-1J coming to CAFSoCal on May 16th, 1993, the big bird graced the skies of Ventura county once again.
North American SNJ-4 Texan
The Commemorative Air Force’s SNJ-4 Texan “BlueBird” was originally delivered to the US Navy on September 21, 1942 from North American Aviation (Bureau No 10148, N75964 #44, construction number is 88-9830) and passed its check ride just eight days later on the 29th of September.
North American SNJ-5 Texan
The Commemorative Air Force’s SNJ-5 Texan “290” was originally ordered by the Army Air Corps as 42-84895, but it was diverted to the U. S. Navy as BuNo 84865 construction number is 88-16676) in 1943.
Supermarine Spitfire Mk XIV
Only 957 production Mk XIVs were built. It was the first Spitfire in large-scale production with the V-12 Rolls Royce Griffon 65 engine, and entered service in 1944.
On March 3, 2017, after 6+ years of decorating our maintenance hangar, the work on the YAK-3 engine cooling was completed and the Alison engine once again breathe life into this airplane.