Strange that with all this butthurt about 'Confederate Flags' being banned, and statues of Confederates brought down, none of these whiners have so much as mentioned the WWII aerial re-enactment group known as the Commemorative Air Force.
Or what they're known as today. Because previously they called themselves the Confederate Air Force: up to 2002.
When Dumbya was president.
Many felt the name Confederate Air Force was confusing, did not accurately reflect the purpose of the organization, and was detrimental to fundraising efforts. This name change was deemed by some fans to be a move of political correctness. According to CAF chief of staff Ray Kinney, "In many people's minds, the word 'confederacy' brings up the image of slavery and discrimination. We, in no way, are associated with that kind of stuff. So, it gives us, in a way, a black-eye
>This name change was deemed by some fans to be a move of political correctness
...so why no mention of that today? Perhaps your refusal to do so then means that you don't have the right to complain about what's happening now.
The CAF have in their collection a British Supermarine Spitfire. A Japanese Mitsubishi Zero. A Soviet Yakovlev Yak-3.
Are they traitors to their country by having these foreign planes?
But no matter what you Salt-rightists say, the Commemorative Air Force have two Consolidated Catalina PBYs: Your argument is invalid.
Also in their collection is a North American P-51 Mustang with a Red Tail. Stay butthurt, racists.