Commemorative Air Force

The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) is the world’s largest flying military aircraft museum. For more than 60 years, the CAF has been dedicated to educate, inspire and honor through flight and living history experiences. Fulfilling its mission, the organization maintains airplanes in flying condition and takes the aircraft to communities across America, allowing people to experience first-hand the sight and sound of the aircraft in flight. The CAF is a nonprofit educational association with more than 11,000 members and a fleet of 174 vintage military aircraft distributed throughout the U.S.

Sounds of History

Sounds of History

Help the Commemorative Air Force preserve our history and educate generations of Americans, by sharing a new public service announcement series, Sounds of History, with your audiences. 

Sounds of History showcases the incredible airplanes of WWII and the impact their history has on America’s youth.  The PSA features an interview with Karnig Thomasian, a 94-year-old veteran who served in World War II.

The Commemorative Air Force will educate and inspire audiences across the United States with this powerful PSA.

  • Sounds of History

    Sounds of History


The Commemorative Air Force is a non-profit organization dedicated to flying and restoring World War II aircraft. Based in Dallas, Texas, the organization has more than 11,000 members and has a fleet of more than 174 World War II aircraft.


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