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Arlington Fly-In, B-17G ‘Sentimental Journey’ Nose Hatch View, Arlington, WA
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The Commemorative Air Force’s B-17G ‘Sentimental Journey’ is open for visitor tours at the annual Arlington Fly-In at the Arlington Municipal Airport in Washington.
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Uploaded: 19/07/2012
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: arlington municipal airport; arlington; washington; fly-in; b-17; flying fortress; bomber; aircraft; airplane; warbird; ww ii; sentimental journey
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