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A neat spot with lots of information on organizations and aircraft of the warbird type. Looking for restoration shops, engine shops, pilot stuff, or even where to find a ride in one of these old birds; this is the place.
Dixie Wing, CAF
My local unit and home to Red Nose, the Mustang I fly and you see on these pages. Located in Peachtree City, GA, just southwest of Atlanta we have lots of aircraft available for shows, rides and dual instruction. This website will show you what’s happening and tell you how to contact us for an airshow booking, rides in the warbirds (including the Mustang) and some of our members that give dual in their aircraft.
What can I say, they list everything.
TRARON is the detachment of the CAF and teaches formation flying and is the representative of the CAF to the National FAST Board. Here you can learn about the detachment and about upcoming clinics if you’re interested in getting your card.
Some more links…
The Commemorative Air Force
The link that will get you to the main CAF site, in case you don’t live any where near Atlanta, GA.
Covington Engines — The Radial Division of course
The best out there in my opinion.
North American Trainer’s Association (NATA)
Not only T-6s, but the B-25, P-51, and T-28 as well. Plus FAST information and a great magazine.
The Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association
Since J’s Bird is a Harvard…. only right you should check out this site.
The 1941 Historic Air Group
The people who do Geneseo, that great show you see the J’s Bird and Mustang pictures from. The best on grass.
“Gintac’s” site about flying T-6s in Culpepper, VA. He also offers instruction in the SNJ.
Their finishing products are tops. The metal polish keeps that spinner glowing and M-Ron really makes my paint pop!