There is a bewildering amount of information available out there on the world wide web--here are a few sites that we highly recommend.
Commemorative Air Force - the CAF is a non-profit organization based in Texas with units located thorought the United States, Europe, and Australia & New Zealand. The CAF has a combined fleet of around 150 warbirds.
AeroVents.com - This web site has a complete listing of all aviation-related events all across the United States. Check it out!
American Airpower Heritage Museum - a guided tour of the CAF's main museum facility in Midland, TX.
B26.COM - Dedicated to Martin B-26 Marauder men who fought and died in World War 2. Photos of crews and planes, personal accounts, and related information.
EMC Militaria - We've been reenacting for over 17 years, since I came back from "enacting" Desert Shield and Desert Storm. I've recently retired from the Army and we've started this business. Our goal is to provide everything the US GI Reenactor needs with exceptional quality and prices.
Falcon Field The airport for Peachtree City and home to the Dixie Wing's hangar.
Flight History - a web site for aviation history buffs.
GlobalAir.com - an aviation portal containing aviation related applications (flight planning, pilot logbook, etc.), complete FAA US airport database, on-line aircraft for sale, parts & accessories search engines, etc.
Georgia Flight Central - on its way to becoming the most complete compilation of Georgia airport and aviation services available online.
The Great Georgia Airshow - every year the Dixie Wing CAF co-produces the Great Georgia Air Show in conjunction with the Peachtree City Kiwanis club. We are very proud of this show and hope you'll come see us. It is held in October of every year.
Japanesebomber.com - This is the "Kate" Japanese bomber replica owned by our members (aka Japanese Bomber LLC!).
Japanese Zero Airshows - Beautiful Zero replica available for air shows as well as ground and air film production.
Jsbird.net - This is Skipper Hyle's Harvard Mk IV.
National Museum of Commercial Aviation - This museum has been established to preserve and promote the heritage of commercial aviation by becoming the definitive national museum for the commercial airline industry.
Randy Wilson's Aviation History Web Site - Randy Flies the CAF's SB2C Helldiver (the "Beast") and is a super guy. His web site has TONS lots of Dispatch articles, info on the SB-2C, P-47, and other interesting reading. You can spend hours at this site and not exhaust the content.
WarbirdAlley.com - Everything you ever wanted to know about almost any warbird. A must-see for any warbird enthusiast.
Warbird-Central.com - This website is designed to provide accurate information on Warbird aircraft, from where it was made to where it is today.
Western Museum of Flight - Located at Hawthorne field in Los Angeles. They have lots of rare Northrop airplane prototypes, including one of only 2 YF-23 ATF prototypes! Also, F-20 "Tigershark," Jack Northrop's flying wings, etc.
If you have a World War II aviation site and would like to exchange links, please send us an email.