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Dedicated to Keeping our Warbirds Flying and Honoring Our Veterans

Our mission is to establish and maintain a permanent presence in the community so as to preserve and illustrate the Coastal Bend's involvement in the history of those men and women who served in the past and still serve in today’s military.

Third Coast believes in and adheres to the Commemorative Air Force's mission of teaching and preserving history through restoring the aircraft and memories of the people who paid the ultimate price for our freedom from WWII to the present.

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The Eagle has finally landed. The Maxine Flournoy/ Third Coast Squadron of the CAF now has a plane to train new sponsor pilots, maintenance crews, and ground support crews. Welcome home. Many thanks goes to Col.’s Ray Clausen, Brian Cook, Troy Clayton, Jeremy Reiley, Royce Kelly Norman, Russell Remy, Scott Fuller,and Hunter Reiley for helping in this endeavor. Let’s Keep Her Flying!! ... See MoreSee Less

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The Eagle has finally landed. The Maxine Flournoy/ Third Coast Squadron of the CAF now has a plane to train new sponsor pilots, maintenance crews, and ground support crews. Welcome home. Many thanks goes to Col.’s Ray Clausen, Brian Cook, Troy Clayton, Jeremy Reiley, Royce Kelly Norman, Russell Remy, Scott Fuller,and Hunter Reiley for helping in this endeavor. Let’s Keep Her Flying!!

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On this day, March 18,1937~The first production Wellesley bomber was delivered to the British Royal Air Force for trials. ... See MoreSee Less

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On this day, March 18,1937~The first production Wellesley bomber was delivered to the British Royal Air Force for trials.

On this day, February 11,1918~James Doolittle was promoted to the rank of second lieutenant in the US Army Reserve, Also on this day in 1932, James Doolittle set a new world record in air speed. ... See MoreSee Less

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On this day, February 11,1918~James Doolittle was promoted to the rank of second lieutenant in the US Army Reserve, Also on this day in 1932, James Doolittle set a new world record in air speed.

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