CAF Unit Museums
Connect with other CAF Units that are working hard to maintain museums for their communities. Reach out, collaborate and learn! Does your CAF Unit have a museum? Please contact us to include your information on this list!
Features: Displays on World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam and Desert Storm. Audio tour available online.
Carol DuVann, Business Office Manager
Features: Tuskegee Airmen, Women Airforce Service Pilots, local Arizona war heroes, Flying Tigers and the Dooliter Raiders, "bomber alley" collection and wartime artifacts.
Clint Epley, Museum Curator
Features: Five themed rooms, aviation and military literature library, static aircraft on display
CAF Florida Wing Stevens Education Hangar
Butch Stevens, Wing Leader
Features: Books, pictures, model aircraft, airworthy T-34
Features: Allied country uniforms, as well as armament, photographs, weapons and equipment from both Allied and Axis countries.
Features: Artifacts and aircraft related to the largest bombardier training school in the nation during World War II, including a focus on the impact of west Texans on the War effort.
Sam Hoynes, Museum and Collections Officer
Features: Covers American, German and Japanese military history and homefront life during the War, and also includes a Hitler Youth knife collection.
Features: 3,000 historic artifacts ranging from the Civil War to present day, vintage military vehicles and a flight simulator for kids.
Pearson Knolle, Development Officer
Features: Collections of artifacts from local veterans, with each display including background information on the veteran. Long term goals is to create transportable displays to share with other CAF unit museums.
Todd Loftquist, Museum Office
Features: Local World War II historical interests - gliders that were developed in the area, B-25 fuel tank conversion for the Doolittle Raid, the "Finding Loren P-47" engine and story, Desert Storm, German and Japanese War artifacts, the home front during the War, the restoration of Miss Mitchell, our B-25, PT-22, BT-13, L5, C17, motor pool vehicles. A a virtual tour is available on the website. The museum is also an authentic World War II training hangar where President George Bush Sr. trained.
Gerald Spavale, Education Officer
Features: Gallery with static and audio/visual displays, a historic hanger which was a World War II Naval training air station, three CAF aircraft and six World War II ground vehicles. The collection spans Allied and Axis items from all services.
Darcy Castro, Curator
Features: Six categories of images and information of artifacts housed solely online, including vintage writings, commendations, clothing, artwork, memorials, instruments and photos.
CAF Rocky Mountain Wing Museum
Dorothy Dutton, Museum Curator
Features: Focus on the history of the CAF, the TBM Avenger and World War II.
Robert E. Richeson Commemorative Air Force Cactus Squadron Museum
Features: World War II aviation artifacts and displays, along with an aviation library.