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Halloween is almost here and it’s time to grab a costume and come out and get ghoulish with your friends and family! The Commemorative Air Force Southern California Wing (CAF SoCal) will host its 3rd Annual Ghost Squadron Halloween Party at the museum hangar in Camarillo to celebrate Halloween while supporting the organization’s initiatives in a fun, unique, and charitable Halloween event.

With more than 350 people in attendance last year, the event has become one of Ventura County’s largest, must-attend Halloween events and will feature a costume contest, food, full bar, and wine. Guests are invited to enjoy the live entertainment provided by some of the hottest DJ’s and live bands. The decor is an excuse in itself for those to attend the party, from the CAF SoCal’s HUGE Curtiss C-46-F Army Transport transformed into a haunted airplane exhibit, to the additional decorated warbirds owned by the museum, you’ll be blown away!

The CAF SoCal is an all-volunteer organization, with members from all walks of life, dedicated to preserving the history of WWII aircraft for generations to come. Completely non-profit, the museum is located in Camarillo and is home to some of the rarest WWII warbirds of their kind in the world that still fly today, including (but not limited to) an authentic Japanese Zero fighter plane; the rare Supermarine Spitfire Mark XIV, which is one of 957 ever manufactured; and the Hellcat, which is one of only five still flying.  In addition to the “Dogfight” routine and amazing warbird performances at air shows around the world, they also offer guests the flight of their life: Yes, visitors can purchase rides in their warbirds.

Click here for tickets.

WHAT: Ghost Squadron Halloween Party
WHERE: CAF SoCal Wing | 555 Airport Way, Camarillo, CA 93010
WHEN: Saturday, October 27, 2012 | 8 pm – 12 am

CONTACT INFO: (805) 402-3902 or


  • Price: $15 online (early purchase) and $20 at the door  – it’s really a charitable donation!
  • Age Suitability: 18+

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