The Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum dedicates its B-17 ‘City of Savannah’ Restoration Project to hundreds of spectators. Foothill Ranch, CA: On Wednesday, January 28, 2015, The Mighty Eighth Air
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The Mighty 8th Air Force Museum is preserving the legacy of the Greatest Generation in part through a restoration project of a B-17 bomber. On Tuesday, the “B-17 Flying Fortress City
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