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B-17 Nine-O-Nine, Nose Art, Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA
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On a sunny afternoon in June the Collings Foundation Boeing B-17G ‘Nine O Nine’ sits on the tarmac during a visit to the Museum of Flight as part of the nationwide 2014 ‘Wings of Freedom’ tour. It is one of only 10 B-17 Flying Fortresses still flying in the United States. Today a cockpit tour is only $12.
Copyright: Bill edwards
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Uploaded: 24/06/2014
Updated: 08/07/2014
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Tags: seattle; museum of flight; boeing field; boeing; washington; airplane; aircraft; vintage aircraft; warbirds; collings foundation; b-17; flying fortress; bomber; flying
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