The B-17 Flying Fortress - Sentimental Journey - from the Commemorative Air Force - Mesa, Arizona
While the rest of the CATP crew were active in the main body of the aircraft
veteran pilot Archie Londrey directed operations from the nose seat
Bill Hillman's view from his radio compartment through the bomb bay door to the flight crew's cockpit
CAF Loadmaster Shelby directs Jack Lee to the Starboard Machine Gun port
View of the Assiniboine River and oxbow lakes through the gun port
Waist Gunner Extraordinaire, Reg Forbes . . .
. . . and his compadre, David Jenkins
Hillman sets down his camera to take aim with the starboard machine gun and view of the Brandon outskirts
James Burr took this photo of the B-17 passing overhead
while he was out for his morning walk in Brandon.
Touch down at Brandon's McGill Field ~ CATP Museum visible on the far left
Stephen Hayter and Kathy Sheppard with Reg Forbes walk across from the CATP Air Museum
to welcome the volunteers and crew on the windy tarmac.
View of the B-17 from the CATP Museum's WWII BCATP RCAF Memorial
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FROM OUR AIR SHOW SITE
B-17 Sentimental Journey Flight I: Leaving Winnipeg
B-17 Sentimental Journey Flight II: Arriving in Brandon
B-17 WWII Miracle Flight
CATP Museum Cruise Night
CATP Museum Air Show in the Press
The CATP Museum Air Show:
WWII HISTORY TAKES FLIGHT
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