Devil Dog Squadron
The Devil Dog Squadron is a volunteer organization of the CAF, dedicated to flying, maintaining and preserving a WWII B-25 bomber, the Devil Dog. The Devil Dog represents a PBJ, the Marine Corps version of a B-25.
The squadron's volunteers come from all walks of life and have wide variety of backgrounds. It takes many different skills to make the group successful.
If you are interested in helping to preserve the Devil Dog the are many opportunities to do so. The monthly staff meetings are open to the public and are a good chance to meet the members and learn more about the group (and there is often a BBQ lunch!).
The monthly meetings are usually followed by work on the aircraft or preparation for the next airshow, providing a great opportunity to get up close and personal without the usual crowds that surround the Dog at airshows. Check our calendar page for meeting dates and times.
We are always looking for new members. There is a lot of work to do, but we have fun doing it. And it's not all work in the hangar. Members have the opportunity travel with the Dog to airshows.
If you would like to join the squadron, membership is open to all CAF members. You can fill out our online membership application.
If you are not yet a member of the CAF, you can learn more about the benefits of membership, and download an application form, at the CAF's membership web page.
Base of Operations
The Devil Dog is based and hangared at Pilots Choice Aviation in Georgetown TX.
Pilots Choice Aviation
209 Corsair Drive
Georgetown, TX 78628
|Unit Leader:||Bobby Ripps|
|Executive Officer:||Robert Chalmers|
|Finance Officer:||Gregg Peterson|
|Operations Officer:||Beth Jenkins|
|Maintenance Officer:||Ira Menin|
|Safety Officer:||Tim Reynolds|
If you have any questions or comments, please send us an email at email@example.com