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Collings Foundationís B-24J
America's only flying B-24 continues soaring through its native skies as part of the annual Wings of Freedom Tour with its sister ship, the B-17 Flying Fortress. A product of a multi-million dollar restoration, the B-24 stands testiment to the strength of the 1940's engineering that built it and helped it survive through many years of hardship.
Pat's Note: The following pictures were taken by Pat & Cherie Ranfranz on July 17, 2005 at the Anoka Co Airport in Blaine, Minnesota.
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