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USS Midway Legacy Week 2018! - Volunteers Needed!!
May
25
to May 27

USS Midway Legacy Week 2018! - Volunteers Needed!!

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

Join Air Group One in supporting our partners at the USS Midway on Saturday May 25 - 27.

Air Group One's SNJ-5 Sassy will perform at flyover at the Wreath Ceremony!

The USS Midway Museum is the heart and soul of Memorial Day celebration in San Diego. Understandably the busiest weekend of the year, the Memorial Day lineup of activities aboard the Midway honors and remembers our heroes as it celebrates our military heritage.  Weekend activities and events offer the community an affordable and inspiring way to kick off summer in San Diego.


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Air Group One at America on Main Street | Volunteers Needed!
May
19
12:00 PM12:00

Air Group One at America on Main Street | Volunteers Needed!

Come Support Air Group One!!! 

This year America on Main is celebrated on May 19 and is planned to coincide with Armed Forces Day. This entertaining and exciting family friendly event is held in Downtown El Cajon on East Main Street and Rea Avenue, between Magnolia and Claydelle Avenues, from 12pm to 8pm with expected attendance of 30,000!

America on Main Street is an Admission FREE event
in the Heart of Downtown El Cajon on
May 19 from 2pm - 8pm!

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Portraits of Tuskegee Airmen
Feb
24
11:00 AM11:00

Portraits of Tuskegee Airmen

Air Group One BBQ & General Member Meeting

 

Special guest Speakers...

Tuskegee Airmen

Bob Friend & Nelson Robinson

 
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The history and legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen is inspirational to people of all ages. Their life lessons can impart a special meaning for people from all walks of life. From a child in awe of a red-tailed airplane, to the elderly veteran full of gratitude for their fellow war heroes, there is something in each of their stories that can inspire us all to live better, fuller and braver lives.

One such hero is Robert Friend, one of the oldest living original Tuskegee Airmen pilots.  Born in Columbia, South Carolina in 1920, Friend was interested in aviation from a young age. He read stories of World War I pilots in old magazines and made his own makeshift airplanes for imaginative play. Friend had wanted to enlist in the Army to fly for our country, but was turned away. Even though the country was making preparations for war, black Americans could not join the Armed Forces to serve as pilots.

 
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Another such here is Nelson Robinson. At 17 years of age, and serving as a cadet in the Civil Air Patrol, Nelson voluntarily enlisted in the United States Army Air Corps (USAAC) at Smokey Hill AAB, Salina Kansas, in February 28, 1946. He began Basic Training at Shepherd AAB, Texas and finished at Scott Field, Illinois. He then completed aircraft mechanics school at Keelser Field, Mississippi and P-47 fighter aircraft specialist school at Chanute Field, Illinois. He was then assigned to Lockbourne Army Air Base, Columbus, OH; an all-black military base which was commanded then by Colonel Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. At Lockbourne, Nelson was assigned as a P-47N (Jug) fighter aircraft, flight line “Crew Chief,” in the famous all-black 99th Fighter Squadron of the 477th Composite Group & the 332nd Fighter Group known formally as the “Tuskegee Airmen,” which Nelson proudly was.

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CODE TALKERS: THE NAVAJO WEAPON
Jan
27
11:00 AM11:00

CODE TALKERS: THE NAVAJO WEAPON

Air Group One BBQ & General Member Meeting

 

Special guest Speaker...

CODE TALKERS: THE NAVAJO WEAPON

In honor of Navajo Code Talker Sam Tsosie Sr, his son, Michael Tsosie, will do a presentation on the Navajo Code Talkers of WWII.

 
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Growing up, young Navajo were told not to speak their language.  But as young Marines in a country at war, men like Samuel Tsosie Sr., Chester Nez and Carl Gorman found their words were their mightiest weapons.

Many scholars credit Philip Johnston with initiating the Code Talker idea. Johnston was a Caucasian who grew up in Leupp, Arizona on the Navajo Reservation.  He approached the Marine Corps in 1942 after the attack on Pearl Harbor and proposed using Native American Navajo language for combat communications.

His knowledge of the Navajo culture led him to bring four Navajo volunteers to Camp Elliott in San Diego, California (an area that is now part of MCAS-Miramar) for a demonstration. Impressed with successful and efficient English and Navajo translations, the Marine Corps began recruiting Navajos. The first group of twenty-nine recruits entered boot camp, took courses in military communication procedures and developed the code. Approximately 400 Navajo recruited by the Marines learned the code.

The code required proficiency in both English and Navajo. Each letter of the alphabet and common names and words corresponded to English and Navajo code words. Frequently used letters received alternate code words, requiring Code Talkers to memorize hundreds of terms in both languages.

Navajo Code Talkers located on both ends of the radio spoke their own language while using coded phrases not used in their language. For example, the Navajo word for buzzard, jeeshóóʼ, was used for bomber, while the code word used for submarine, béésh łóóʼ, meant iron fish in Navajo.

The Marine Corps deployed the Code Talkers to the Pacific, where the code proved effective and indecipherable. In addition to relaying communications, Marines in the Code Talker program performed other valuable military duties in battles such as Iwo Jima and Okinawa.

Working around the clock during the first two days of Iwo Jima, six Navajo Code Talkers sent and received over 800 messages, all without error. According to Major Howard Connor, 5th Marine Division Signal Officer, “Were it not for the Navajos, the Marines would never have taken Iwo Jima”.

The Navajo code is the only spoken military code that was never deciphered.  The code remained classified until 1968.

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Air Group One, CAF thanks the Mike Tsosie Family for sharing their knowledge of the Navajo Code Talkers story.

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Aviation Photography Class with John Ford
Aug
12
5:00 PM17:00

Aviation Photography Class with John Ford

Aviation Photography Class

Air Group One, the San Diego Chapter of the Commemorative Air Force is sponsoring a workshop on Aviation Photography.

The class will cover the basics of airplane photography including composition, lighting, ground to air photography and equipment.

This informative class will be held on August 12th from 5pm-8pm at the Gillespie Field terminal building.

There will be about an hour or so of discussion and an hour and a half of shooting one or two static airplanes between 7ish and 8ish. Sunset on the 12th is 7:36pm.

Bring whatever equipment you would like, including a hat, sunscreen, and water.

The class is $50 per person non-refundable. Due to anticipated high demand, class size will be limited to 20. There will be no refunds and all payments will be considered a donation to Air Group One, CAF, a 501c3 educational non-profit

John Ford Photography

The class is being led by John Ford, a  commercial photographer since the early 80’s. For the last 10 years he's specialized in aviation photography and for the last 3 years of the airshow, “Wings over Gillespie” he led the photo Tour.

He is a member of the International Society of Aviation Photography.

https://www.johnfordphoto.com/

Questions? Email John Ford

Air Group One

Air Group One is the San Diego Wing of the "Commemorative Air Force"

The mission of the Commemorative Air Force is education, such that generations of Americans will value and support the contributions of military aviation in assuring our nation’s freedom.

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Air Group One Commemorative Golf Tournament
May
19
12:00 PM12:00

Air Group One Commemorative Golf Tournament

Air Group One Commemorative Golf Tournament

COMMEMORATE • EDUCATE • MOTIVATE

Held at the beautiful Maderas Golf Club in sunny San Diego, this fundraising tournament supports Air Group One's Mission of Education and Commemoration.


Tournament Contact

Jennifer

Email Jennifer


ABOUT MADERAS GOLF CLUB

Welcome to Maderas Golf Club in San Diego, a Johnny Miller masterpiece. Rated the top ranked Golf Course in San Diego County seven consecutive years by the Zagat Survey, Maderas Golf Club offers beauty and challenge as it winds through the cliffs, rock outcroppings, creeks, and forests of the inland hill country of north San Diego.

Golf in San Diego has never been better, step onto the first tee and enjoy the courses three lakes, five waterfalls, and over forty acres of native wildflowers. Maderas Golf Club is the number one golf course in San Diego for a reason, experience it for yourself.

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4th Annual FlyDays! with Mustangs
Apr
7
4:00 PM16:00

4th Annual FlyDays! with Mustangs

  • 2015 N Marshall Ave El Cajon, CA, 92020 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Air Group One and the Gillespie Field Cafe present


The 4th Annual

with Mustangs! 


Join us as the Gillespie Field Cafe comes alive with sounds of Live Music, Good Food, Great People, Hot Rod Cars and WWII and Antique Airplanes!

Special Guests

Chuck Hall & "Six Shooter"

 
 

Special Musical Guest

THEO & the ZYDECO PATROL

With the sound Straight from the backwoods zydeco dance clubs, backyard crawfish boil parties, and bayou festivals ,Theo and the Zydeco Patrol Brings the best of Southwest Louisiana dance music to the world music stages. Featuring the diatonic Cajun-style button accordion and playing blues on the steel drums. Theo and Zydeco Patrol cooks up a fiery mix of Cajun and Zydeco music that is hot hot hot.

Theo & the Zydeco Patrol is a Cajun blues band fronted by Theo Bellow, who grew up in Lafayette, Louisiana, a mile from the famous Hamilton's Club mentioned in Paul Simon's Graceland album. Major tours include a 1995 west coast tour with Boo Zoo Chavis, and a U.S./Canadian tour with Buckwheat Zydeco in 1997.


Zydeco Patrol Facebook

Zydeco Patrol Website

 

Special Car Guests

Shelby Cobra Car Club, David Huber's Roush P-51 Mustang car, Model A's & other Mustangs


Gillespie Field Cafe

4 PM - 8 PM

Live Music at 4:30 PM

No Cover Charge, Free Parking

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Want to display your vintage or unique aircraft at FlyDay?

Are you a Pin-up Model & want to participate?

Contact Christopher

T: 619-871-8061

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Remembering Pearl Harbor | Commemorative Flyover at 1pm
Dec
10
10:00 AM10:00

Remembering Pearl Harbor | Commemorative Flyover at 1pm

Remembering Pearl Harbor

 

Air Group One's SNJ-5 "Sassy" will perform a Commemorative flyover of Fort Rosecrans in Honor of the Past and to Inspire the Future

 

Overview of the event:

We are celebrating the National Park Service centennial all throughout 2016 and the culminating event for this historic milestone at Cabrillo National Monument will commemorate the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor and the United States entrance into World War II. The theme is life of the home front, honoring the past and inspiring the future. We aim to share with the public how the war affected the daily lives of people living in the United States.

As we look forward to the next 100 years of stewardship, how will we interpret the stories and events of the 21st century in our parks? We invite you to join us for this important event.

The event will feature:

  • Tours of the restored military history bunker Battery Command E by reenactors dressed in period correct attire.
  • A flyover by a WWII era plane, a 1943 SNJ-5, "Sassy.” THE AIRPLANE THAT TRAINED MANY OF OUR AMERICAN AND ALLIED WWII PILOTS!
  • Lady Liberty Car Show, featuring cars from 1940’s and earlier. Vote for the people’s choice award and get your photo taken with classy ladies dressed in the finest 1940’s period dresses.
  • An interpretative exhibit displaying the Medal of Honor awarded to William Cronan in 1906 for his heroic actions during the explosion of the gunboat USS Bennington in 1906. William Cronan went on to serve as a Lieutenant Commander in Hawaii during WWII.
  • Guided Ranger walks to the searchlight bunker and generator room.
  • Presentations by men and women who lived on the home front in San Diego during the war.
  • Ranger programs about what life was like in the United States during the war.
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AG1 A-STEM at SD Festival of Science & Engineering
Mar
5
9:00 AM09:00

AG1 A-STEM at SD Festival of Science & Engineering

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!

Contact Matt Jernejcic for details

Air Group One's A-STEM program will be showcased at The San Diego Festival of Science and Engineering on March 5th. The festival is a ten-day educational experience including interactive demonstrations, hands-on activities and dynamic speakers to engage kids and families in all that encompasses STEM (science, technology, engineering and math). The week kicks off with its largest event EXPO Day (March 5th) at PETCO Park. EXPO Day is free and open to the public. Hundreds of community businesses and organizations will participate in EXPO Day in addition to over 60 programs and events that will follow throughout the week all throughout the county of San Diego. More than 75,000 kids, parents, teachers, industry leaders and community members are anticipated to attend during Festival Week.

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Air Group One CAF 12 Planes of Christmas Giving Event
Dec
1
to Dec 31

Air Group One CAF 12 Planes of Christmas Giving Event

The first ever 12 Planes of Christmas campaign to support the Commemorative Air Force aircraft will be held the month of December. Give to one of the CAF's most valuable programs - the Restoration Grant Fund. Join the CAF members and warbird enthusiasts in support of restoring, maintaining and flying these vintage military aircraft. 

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YOUTH AVIATION EDUCATION DAY AT AIRSHOW SAN DIEGO 2015
Jun
19
9:00 AM09:00

YOUTH AVIATION EDUCATION DAY AT AIRSHOW SAN DIEGO 2015

Friday June 19, 2015, 9AM – 3PM at Gillespie Field before the 2015 AirShow San Diego. Scheduled reserved escorted group tours for all ages of students, about 2 hours. Visit display aircraft and related aviation education booth displays. Experience hands-on aviation with knowledgeable experts, pilots, engineers, college students.

Reservations required.

Volunteers are needed for student administration, organization, knowledgeable tour guides, safety escorts.

CONTACT:  John Telles at AG-1:  burnernow@gmail.com,  and/or cell  760-458-4230. Many more details available upon request.

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Alternate Day| Volunteer Training for AirShow San Diego
Jun
15
6:00 PM18:00

Alternate Day| Volunteer Training for AirShow San Diego

VOLUNTEER TRAINING FOR AIRSHOW SAN DIEGO

To accommodate scheduling, there will be (2) Training Sessions available Airshow San Diego Volunteers. The sessions will be identical and you only need to attend one of them.

Wednesday June 10th at 6pm

OR

Monday June 15th at 6pm

Questions? Contact Debbie English at  619-916-8151

Not a Volunteer and want to be one? Click here !

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Volunteer Training for AirShow San Diego
Jun
10
6:00 PM18:00

Volunteer Training for AirShow San Diego

VOLUNTEER TRAINING FOR AIRSHOW SAN DIEGO

To accommodate scheduling, there will be (2) Training Sessions available Airshow San Diego Volunteers. The sessions will be identical and you only need to attend one of them.

Wednesday June 10th at 6pm

OR

Monday June 15th at 6pm

Questions? Contact Debbie English at  619-916-8151

Not a Volunteer and want to be one? Click here !

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EXPO - SAN DIEGO FESTIVAL OF SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Mar
21
10:00 AM10:00

EXPO - SAN DIEGO FESTIVAL OF SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

Saturday March 21, 2015, 10AM – 5PM at Petco Park. A joint education display in collaboration with GKN Aerospace, Inc. of El Cajon to provide real aerospace materials examples for hands-on experience, for students of all ages, to motivate and encourage students towards aviation and college/career paths in Engineering. No reservations required.

Volunteers are needed for display setup/breakdown, booth attendants, knowledgeable about aerospace topics and college/career paths in Engineering.

CONTACT:  John Telles at AG-1:  burnernow@gmail.com,  and/or cell  760-458-4230. Many more details available upon request.

JT  1/22/2015

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SAN DIEGO FESTIVAL OF SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Mar
19
9:00 AM09:00

SAN DIEGO FESTIVAL OF SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

Thursday March 19, 2015, 9AM – 3PM at the San Diego Air & Space Museum Annex, Gillespie Field. A-STEM classes for Middle School students. Topics include Principles of Flight, Aerospace Materials, and Space Operations, Propulsion Systems, Weather/Meteorology, Robotics Communication, intended to motivate students towards college education/career paths in Engineering. Reservations required.

Volunteers are needed for student administration, organization, escorts, and class instructors.

CONTACT:  John Telles at AG-1:  burnernow@gmail.com,  and/or cell  760-458-4230. Many more details available upon request.

JT  1/22/2015

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The EAA Ford Tri-Motor is Coming to Gillespie Field | Book Your Flight Now!
Feb
26
to Mar 1

The EAA Ford Tri-Motor is Coming to Gillespie Field | Book Your Flight Now!

The EAA Ford
Tri-Motor is coming to Gillespie Field!

 

February 26 - March 1st 2015
Flights Available Every Day

2:00 PM - 5:00PM

Experience the golden age of aviation and take a flight in EAA’s immaculate 1929 Ford Tri-Motor, giving passengers an opportunity to travel back to the early days of commercial flight.

Affectionately dubbed the “Tin Goose” after its distinct all-metal look, the Ford Tri-Motor is commonly known as the first mass-produced airliner from aviation’s formative years. A flight on EAA’s Ford Tri-Motor is a flight back to an era where air travel was considered a luxury.

Climb aboard one of the first mass-produced airliners and step back in time to aviation’s golden age.  A flight on EAA’s Ford Tri-Motor is a flight back to an era where air travel was considered a luxury.


The Ford Tri-Motor is supported by the EAA and this visit is sponsored by EAA Chapter 14, the local San Diego Chapter. 

Air Group One will be on hand to support EAA Chapter 14 

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Weekly Wednesdays A-STEM Youth Education Event
Feb
18
to Mar 25

Weekly Wednesdays A-STEM Youth Education Event

  • Boys & Girls Club of East County (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Weekly Wednesdays Feb. 18 to Mar. 25, 2015, 3-4PM at the Santee B&GC for Middle School students. Subjects are Principles of Flight and Weather/Meteorology for Kids. Subsequent periods for all B&GCs of East County are yet to be scheduled, but instructors are needed to begin class preparation for the expanded schedule (To be announced).

CONTACT:  John Telles at Air Group One:  burnernow@gmail.com,  and/or cell  760-458-4230. Many more details available upon request.

JT  1/22/2015

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Air Group One:  A-STEM Educational Program
Dec
30
9:00 AM09:00

Air Group One: A-STEM Educational Program

  • San Diego Air & Space Museum Annex (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

WE MOTIVATE STUDENTS: Air Group One A-STEM

NATIONAL GOAL:  To positively influence the imaginations, and career ambitions of America’s young people, A-STEM focuses on engaging and retaining students to encourage their pursuit of educational disciplines critical to America’s future engineering, scientific, and technical missions.

A-STEM is a youth education and motivation program with scheduled sequential topics. Subjects include Aerodynamics, Aerospace Materials, and Space Operations. Students groups are divided into escorted smaller groups that rotate through several learning stations with experienced aerospace instructors and technicians discussing aerodynamics, propulsion, aerospace materials, space operations, communications, and aerospace careers. Students are in direct contact with real aircraft and equipment, with the assistance of qualified pilots/instructors and engineers from various industries, such as GKN Aerospace in El Cajon, California.


The program is organized and executed by Air Group One, and is a synergistic effort by many in the aerospace community of San Diego County. Volunteers from many different specialties have organized for the sake of our nation’s youth, particularly in San Diego and East San Diego County.

Please note: This 9AM-3PM event takes place at Gillespie Field, El Cajon for up to 40 attendees (teachers, parents & chaperons NOT included). To sign up, please contact  John Telles (760)458-4230 or burnernow@gmail.com  

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Look up in the sky! It's a bird....It's a plane! It's Air Group One at the Holiday Bowl
Dec
27
4:30 PM16:30

Look up in the sky! It's a bird....It's a plane! It's Air Group One at the Holiday Bowl

Look to the skies! 

Saturday Dec 27th at 4:59 pst as Air Group One performs a Commemorative Flyover at Qualcomm Stadium for the National Anthem at the 2014 Holiday Bowl!

See Sassy roar overhead as the National Anthem concludes.

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Air Group One joins the USS Midway in a special Veterans Day Commemoration
Nov
11
10:00 AM10:00

Air Group One joins the USS Midway in a special Veterans Day Commemoration

Air Group One's SNJ-5 "Sassy" will do a flyover at 1:50pm local of the USS Midway in commemoration of Veterans Day Tuesday, November 11th 2014

Schedule of Events

10am-3pm - San Diego Blood Bank Blood Drive. Free museum admission with donation

11am - Veterans Day Parade along Harbor Drive

1pm-4pm  NBC San Diego Salute to Service Festival

1:50pm Air Group One Commemorative Flyover

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Visit the Air Group One Booth!

Free food and live entertainment

KidzZone and activities

Prizes and giveaways

Vintage war plane flybys and more!

The festival is open to the public with regular museum admission and Free for Veterans and active military members and their families. Just bring your military ID! (Maximum of 4 admissions per Military ID).

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Tailhook Ready Room Happy Hour at Gillespie Field SDASM Annex
Oct
23
5:00 PM17:00

Tailhook Ready Room Happy Hour at Gillespie Field SDASM Annex

Greetings Fellow 'Hookers and Friends of Naval Aviation:

Our October Happy Hour will be on Thursday, 23 October, from 5-7 PM at "The Gillespie Field

Annex" of the San Diego Air & Space Museum.  We're returning to the Annex to

take advantage of the lovely weather and evening sunsets...hope it works for

you.  Should be gorgeous.  As usual, PLEASE bring any and all friends,

spouses, "significant others", neighbors, co-workers, homeless fighter

pilots, banjo, harmonica or accordion players, railroad engineers, or anyone

else with even a remote fondness or interest in Naval aviation.  This is one

you won't want to miss!

As for all "Museum Events", we'll be collecting $20/per person for drinks,

heavy "pu-pu's" (e.g., plenty of good food...) and the opportunity to

socialize in a magnificent setting including the hangar museum, and the

"outdoor displays" of the F-14, F-8, F-102, F-16, A-6, A-7, MiG-21, MiG-17,

F-86, AV-8B...and MUCH MORE!  Hope to see you there!  Bring your cameras!

The Gillespie Field Annex of the Air & Space Museum is located on the north

side of Gillespie Field  at 335 Kenney Street, in El Cajon.  Look for the

big silver "ATLAS Booster Rocket" to guide you.   Directions to the Museum's

"Gillespie Field Annex".

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Volunteer Training | AirShow San Diego
Jun
3
6:00 PM18:00

Volunteer Training | AirShow San Diego

All volunteers for AirShow San Diego need to attend the "All Volunteer" orientation as well as any job specific training necessary for their roles.

 

Please arrive 15 minutes early to your training sessions


6pm  Ramp Volunteers

All Volunteers working the Hot or Static Ramp need to meet with Warren at 6pm.

6pm  Beer Garden Volunteers

All Volunteers working in the Beer Garden or VIP Tent pouring beer need to attend and complete ABC training for AirShow San Diego. Please see Debora Smethers.

7pm  All Volunteer Orientation

 All Volunteers must attend this orientation. Please see Cheryl Bailey

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Air Group One wins AIAA award!
May
15
5:30 PM17:30

Air Group One wins AIAA award!

Air Group One wins The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) award for Outstanding Corporate Contribution to the Community.

This award is in celebration of Air Group One's efforts in Aviation STEM (A-STEM) and in preserving aviation history.

Previous winners include:

NAVAIR North Island
Northrop Grumman-Unmanned Systems
Malin Space Science Systems
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc.
Northrop Grumman Information Systems

The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) is the world's largest technical society dedicated to the global aerospace profession.

Click here to attend the Award Ceremony

@airgrouponecaf

@caf1957

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Mystery Fly In
May
3
8:00 AM08:00

Mystery Fly In

Air Group One will be hosting a Mystery Lunch fly In 

Weather permitting


Anyone interested will meet at KSEE cafe and will receive an envelope that contains clues on the whereabouts of the lunch. This is open to anyone Pilot or non, All groups and organizations. You will have to pay your own lunch. We are also looking for anyone that has open seats. We are expecting a big turn out and I will need to call the restaurant for a head count. 

Contact Marvin @ 619-655-1374

A $5 (or more!) donation is requested.

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Air Group One presents FlyDays with Mustangs!
Apr
4
4:00 PM16:00

Air Group One presents FlyDays with Mustangs!

Join us for "Fightertown" San Diego, Great People, and WWII and Antique Airplanes.

 

Specials guests


2009 Legends of Aviation Inductee Chuck "Odin" Hall and his beautiful P-51D "Six Shooter"! 


David Huber and his Roush P-51A Mustang car!

 

 Special Guests

Warrior Foundation Car Show Committee

Featuring Classic & Show Mustangs

 

Special Musical Guests will be

Chet & the Committee

San Diego's favorite Swingin' Good Time Blues an Rockin' Boogie Band. Ten years live experience, three CDs and four SDMA Nominations here now, All Pro Gear and we are ready to Party with you tonight. . . baby!

https://www.facebook.com/ChetAndTheCommittee


North American P-51D Mustang "Six Shooter"

The P51 Mustang, Six Shooter, is owned and operated by Chuck Hall and was part of the USAF Heritage Flight Team for 10 Years and continues to be seen in air shows around the country. Along with Six Shooter, Chuck Hall Aviation is home to many other warbirds — P51, AT-6, TBM Avenger, and T-33.

Roush P-51A Mustang

2008 Roush P-51A Mustang. This car is #62 out of 151 made. This is a tribute car to the WW2 Warplane P51 which also tributes the 357th fighter group with the red and yellow checkered nose and emblems. Super Charged 4.6 -510 H.P. /510 LB-It, All Forged components. Added air brushed painted graphic on Radiator cover of Bud Andersons "Old Crow" P51 War plane, Engine added chrome powder coated valve covers, and drab green colors and vertical doors.

For Inquiries, please call David (760)415-1052

P-51D Mustang "Six Shooter" with Pilot Chuck "Odin" Hall

Six Shooter Cockpit Introduction: Join our mailing list below.

$25 donation is required

Limit 10 


 Roush P-51A Mustang with Pilot David Huber

Roush P-51A Mustang with Pilot David Huber



$40 discount on B-17 Tickets for AG1 members. Including free membership with the liberty Foundation.  Click HERE.

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