WELCOME TO THE CAF CENTRAL TEXAS WING
The Central Texas Wing Museum houses seven CAF aircraft for which the Wing has maintenance and restoration responsibility: a very-rare flying Bell P-39Q Airacobra Miss Connie, the NAA B-25J Yellow Rose, a Vultee BT-13 Valiant, and a Cessna U-3A Administrator, Beech C-45 Expeditor Lone Star Lady, the NAA AT-6 Texan, and the Douglas Sktrain C-47 That's All Brother. You can also visit our museum and gift shop or attend one of our events.
Our museum is open Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday each week from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Admission is free, but your donations help us keep em flying!
D-Day 80 - That's All Brother to Normandy
The historic C-47 That's All, Brother is gearing up for a remarkable journey that will take it across the Atlantic in June 2024 as part of the D-Day Squadron Legacy Tour. This extraordinary undertaking will see That’s All, Brother participating in commemorative events, including flyovers and airshows, serving as a living testament to the indomitable spirit of its era.
The logistics of orchestrating an international trip of this magnitude are extensive, and the associated costs are high. However, the mission of the Commemorative Air Force to educate, inspire, and honor is valued by people across the globe. The profound importance of this mission underscores the commitment and dedication required to make this historic journey possible.
Your support can help ensure that the memory of these brave heroes remains vibrant and meaningful, a lasting testament to their courage and sacrifice for generations to come.