Airbase Arizona - Commemorative Air Force
A gutsy & gritty ride
through combat aviation history

  Open Cockpit Tours! Speaker Series! Give the Gift of Flight!

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Not Just a Museum, an Experience

Ready to take a step back in time and see what it was really like to be part of the United States Air Force during times of combat?

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Get up close and personal with real wartime planes, artifacts, and stories at our WWII history museum in Mesa, Arizona.

See the Valley Christmas Lights on the C-47

A great way to see all the Christmas Lights in the Valley from a whole different perspective. Take a secret night mission aboard our C-47 “Old Number 30”. 

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Give the Gift of Flight

Buy a seat in one of our seven flying warbirds for that special someone in your life this holiday season!  

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Top 12 Holiday Gift Ideas

Looking for a unique holiday gift? Look no further!  

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December Product Feature – Game Night Gift Set!

This month’s product feature is sure to entertain that military buff on your holiday list.  Included in this gift set is a WWII Monopoly Game, vintage aviator’s 6-pack coasters and double old-fashioned glasses for just $95 (Regular Retail is $125)! While supplies last.

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Take a Ride Through History

Take a Desert Scenery Tour flight and see the Sonoran Desert in three different warbirds each with their own viewing experience: C-47 “Old Number 30,” SNJ/T-6 Texan, or the Stearman Kaydet Bi-Plane.
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New! Behind-the-Scenes Open Cockpit Tours

Tours every Friday at 11 am and 1 pm. Sample a true World War II aviation experience inside a fighter trainer and torpedo bomber with a highly specialized and personal tour.  Additional charge required and may be purchased at Museum entrance.

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Memories in the Making

Every year, thousands of people experience the guts and glory of the Commemorative Air Force Museum and the Flying Legends of Victory Tour. See what it’s like through their eyes, and share your memories on social media using #AZCAF.