Valiant Air Command Welcomes Classic Jet Aircraft Association to Brevard for Meeting March 29
By Space Coast Daily // March 15, 2020
Their performance delights crowds without raising undue security and safety concerns
BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – The Valiant Air Command Warbird Air Museum will join other Brevard aviation organizations in welcoming the Classic Jet Aircraft Association to the Space Coast for a meeting and for their required annual refresher training.
CJAA is a unique organization of aircraft owners and pilots who fly first and second-generation military jet airplanes. These planes, most designed and built during the 1950s and 1960s, represent the state of the art from North America, Europe and the Eastern Bloc.
Their performance delights crowds without raising undue security and safety concerns. Several of these aircraft are shown in the attached photos.
Sunday morning, March 29 the CJAA jets will land at the Space Coast Regional Airport, where they will be hosted by both the US Aviation Jet Center and the Valiant Air Command.
Several of these aircraft will be parked in front of the Warbird Air Museum, and of course, photography and videography of their activities will be permitted.
In addition, the Warbird Air Museum will host car clubs and will display classic cars.
Light refreshments will be available. The primary purpose of the CJAA meeting is to review and renew flight procedures, especially formation rules and techniques, and this practice flight activity should certainly not disappoint our visitors.
The Warbird Air Museum is located on the Space Coast Regional Airport at 6600 Tico Road in Titusville, Florida. Please see the Valiant Air Command’s website for updated information.
Come to the Warbird Air Museum on Sunday, March 29 for an up-close look at early military jet aviation’s aircraft and classic cars.
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