The Rocky Mountain Wing of the Commemorative Air Force in Grand Junction Colorado brings the history of WWII and the Greatest Generation to life. We restore, maintain, and operate iconic WWII aircraft and tell stories of the heroes who flew and supported them. Our mission is to educate, entertain, and inspire current and future generations through our extensive Military Aviation Heritage Museum, through living history flight exhibitions, and through our Rise Above educational outreach program that will touch more than 2,500 Western Slope middle-school kids this year. This multimedia event is designed to pass on the memory, spirit, and values of the Greatest Generation. Our fleet currently consists of a 1945 Grumman TBM Torpedo Bomber - the largest single-engine aircraft to fly in WWII, and a 1946 Piper J3 Cub Primary Trainer - the smallest. Our goals for year-end 2020 include acquisition, construction, or lease larger facilities for an expanded museum, with at least 6 aircraft on display, and an active membership of at least 300 like-minded individuals. But just as in WWII, when the whole US pulled together, we will need the help and support of the local community to realize these goals.