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The Gulf Coast Wing of the Commemorative Air Force is a United States historical air display organization which formerly included two sub-groups that participate in the display of vintage aircraft and public military history education about military aviation during World War II and beyond.

"Texas Raiders" groupEdit

 
Texa Raiders starts its four engines for the first time in 5 years in July 2009

The Commemorative Air Force’s Gulf Coast Wing now only encompasses the "Texas Raiders" group, which maintains and flies the Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress (former U.S. Navy PB-1W) named Texas Raiders, which is based at the Conroe Regional Airport, located in Conroe, Texas, as of March 8th, 2017. (Formerly based at David Wayne Hooks Memorial Airport in Tomball, Texas.)

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