CAF AirPower History Tour Media Information
Kim Pardon, PIO and Tour Media Liaison
4730 George Haddaway Drive
Addison, Texas 75001
p / (913) 636-6250
Recent Press Releases
September 27, 2013
World War II Airmen Return to the Sky at McKinney Air Show
September 9, 2013
CAF Announces CAF AirPower Expo in McKinney, Texas
June 11, 2013
World's Only Flying B-29 Flies Into Pittsburgh Wednesday, June 12
March 6, 2013
World's Only Flying B-29 Superfortress Coming to Brown Field
February 25, 2013
Youngest Pilot in the CAF Will Fly B-29 to Phoenix on Thursday
February 20, 2013
World's Only B-29 Superfortress Will Make Two Stops in Phoenix
February 12, 2013
World's Only Flying B-29 Superfortress to Visit El Paso
January 28, 2013
Commemorative Air Force Announces CAF AirPower History Tour
January 23, 2013
FIFI, the World's Only Flying B-29 Superfortress, Returns to the Sky
Recent News Stories and Video
October 3 through 5, 2013
McKinney Air Expo Coverage on Channel 8
McKinney Air Expo Coverage on Channel 5
McKinney Air Expo Coverage on Channel 11
Charles Chauncey live with WBAP Morning News in Dallas (coming soon MP3 file needs a little work)
May 23, 2013
Funeral Flyover in Atlanta for Former B-29 Navigator
April 2, 2013
FIFI Visit to Palm Springs Airport -- Video by Scott Plummer of www.AIRSHOWVID.com
February 28, 2013
Fox News Interview with Debbie King and David Oliver in Mesa, Arizona
February 28, 2013
FIFI at Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa, Arizona
October 3, 2012, Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
September 28, 2012, Tulsa World
World War II Pilot Remembers B-29 Bombers
September 24, 2012, KFSM 5 News, Fayetteville, Arkansas
B-29 Superfortress from World War II Lands in Fayetteville
The CAF AirPower History Tour creates a perfect opportunity for television news feature stories and talk show radio programs. Members of our flight crew are available for on site and in studio interviews.
To request photos for news articles or promotional purposes please email Kim Pardon at pardonB29@gmail.com. Please state the intended use for the photos you are requesting in your email.
Important Information for Photographers Regarding Aircraft Images:
The Commemorative Air Force encourages photographers to document these few remaining relics of American Aviation History.
Photos or videos taken of CAF aircraft may be used for non-commercial purposes or for limited circulation in educational establishments, such as schools or museums.
Any additional commercial use such as merchandise, websites, books, advertisements, newspapers or magazines will require approval from Commemorative Air Force headquarters. In instances where merchandise is involved, a royalty fee may apply.
Permission will be given on a case-by-case basis, based on the project. Please contact the PR director of the Commemorative Air Force for approval. These rules are created so the Commemorative Air Force can protect the brand, the integrity of the organization and ensure the aircraft assets are protected as well.
The Commemorative Air Force is always looking for talented photographers to share their work with CAF. We value the intellectual property rights of others and will not share your work without permission.