Clint Epley tours Rotary through Commemorative Air Force
Clint Epley, Cdr, USNr, is Executive Officer and Museum Curator of the Commemorative Air Force Central Texas Wing at the San Marcos Airport.  He will present an overview of the planes, museum and library during a tour of the facility on Wednesday, October 14 at noon as part of the regular San Marcos Rotary Club meeting. We will attempt a mobile Zoom of the tour  as well.
The Central Texas Wing hangar houses eight CAF aircraft for which the Wing has maintenance and restoration responsibility: a very-rare flying P-39Q Bell Airacobra, the only helicopter in the CAF inventory an H-13, the B-25J Yellow Rose, a C-45 like the ones stationed at San Marcos Navigation School in WWII, a BT-13 Valiant undergoing a frame up restoration, an AT-6 Texan and a U-3A Administrator.  Last but certainly not least the actual C-47 that carried members of the 101st Airborne and led 801 C-47’s on the D-Day Invasion into France on June 6, 1944.. 

Clint graduated from Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia in 1967. He joined the Navy and attended boot camp in San Diego then Aviation Officer Candidate School in Pensacola. Commissioned an Ensign October 1969, Clint received his wings as a Naval Aviator in February 1971. Duty assignments were mostly in the Pacific or West Coast Clint retired March 1995.  He and his wife settled in Canyon Lake, TX. He joined the Central Texas Wing in 1999 serving as PX Ofcr, Operations Ofcr, Executive Ofcr, Wing Leader and Museum/Library curator and docent. 
The Central Texas Wing is located at the San Marcos Airport  1841 Airport Dr. Building. 2249 in San Marcos, Texas. We will gather in their meeting room for the meeting formalities, then the presentation and tour will commence.