The Carolina Aero Club mission is to promote the social and technical interests of the pilots, mechanics, and any other persons engaged in or having an interest in the aviation family and aviation affairs; to disseminate information of interest to its members; and to encourage the affiliation of all persons having an interest in aviation whether or not they are FAA certificated or rated.

Today is D-Day 74

Today is D-Day!

74 years ago, brave US, British, Canadian, a total of 12 Allied nations' soldiers jumped off of C47s Dakota and landed with Waco gliders in the Normandy back-country, starting at 00:48 a 1 year long continental liberation!

Thank you America, thank you US 101st Screaming Eagles, 82nd All Americans and 6th British Para! Thank you First US Army at Utah Beach (4th and 90th IDs), La Pointe du Hoc (2nd Ranger Battalion), Omaha (1st and 29th IDs), Gold (UK 50th ID), Sword (3rd Canadian Div, French Green Berets) and Juno (3rd UK ID and 79th UK Armoured Div), Thanking the French Resistance, the US Navy and the US Coast Guard in Operation Neptune and all the pilots who flew these reco, assault, fighter, bombers and transport/gliders missions that made Operation Overlord a success.

My humble Gratitude as a naturalized American, born Frenchman and Pilot.

Christophe Masiero

A10 over Normandy

Upcoming events

No upcoming events

Recent forum updates

10/24/2017 9:18 AM • CAC Administrator
08/07/2017 10:39 AM • CAC Administrator
05/30/2017 1:31 PM • CAC Administrator
02/16/2017 10:24 AM • CAC Administrator
01/09/2016 6:27 PM • Christophe Masiero
03/31/2015 7:26 PM • Christophe Masiero
01/05/2017 5:13 PM • CAC Administrator
06/27/2016 2:20 PM • THERESA KARR

Asheboro, NC Fly-In - NC Aviation Museum and Hall of Fame at HBI - May 2017

Warning: browser cookies disabled. Please enable them to use this website.

Select membership level

* Mandatory fields
* Membership level
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software