Win a Once In a Lifetime Experience to Fly In a P-51 Mustang

Ride the skies in P-51 “Red Nose”, the aircraft that started the Commemorative Air Force!

P-51 "Red Nose", the aircraft that started the Commemorative Air Force. “Old Red Nose” has had a long and colorful history, dating back to the closing days of World War II. It was produced at the North American Aviation plant in Inglewood, California, and rolled out on 11 April 1945, and was accepted by the United States Army Air Force (USAAF) as serial number 44-73843. Photo by John Wilhoff
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Most of us can only dream of flying in a WWII-vintage fighter plane, let alone the thrill of doing so in the hallowed airspace through which so many men flew them eighty years ago, and yet this is precisely the opportunity that the newly-announced Fly In a WWII P-51 Fighter Sweepstakes will provide. The following details by the First Flight Society provide more details about what is involved, and how to enter this exciting competition…

This is your chance to fly in the same type of aircraft as some of our First Flight Society Honorees such as Brig. Gen. Charles Yeager, USAF, the “Red Tail” Tuskegee airmen, including Gen. Benjamin Davis, USAF (the 2022 Honoree), and Brig. Gen. Charles McGee, USAF, as well as such other famous National Shrine Honorees as Col. Jacqueline Cochran, USAF (Former WASP), and Maj. Gen. Robert White, USAF. The First Flight Society is offering an exhilarating P-51 flight experience in “Red Nose” operated by the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) Airbase Georgia. The winner can schedule the experience up to 12 months after winning and the prize award includes $700 towards your expenses to travel to Peachtree City, GA for the experience.

First Flight Society promotes aviation education through an Aviation Education Committee to expand the knowledge of the Wright Brothers’ legacy by bringing aviation education programs to students in Dare County. They also offer an annual FFS Scholarship through Outer Banks Community Foundation for students pursuing aviation education in North Carolina.

More information about the First Flight Society can be found at www. firstflight.org

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