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Rick's Pick: B-17 Flying Fortress

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The B-17 Flying Fortress Aluminum Overcast is touring southern California through May3rd. This weekend it is at Torrance Airport. For $10 you can check out the vintage aircraft on the ramp and for $475 you can fly in it! Check out www.b17.org for more information.

The Flying Fortress bomber was mostly used in Europe during World War II. Between 1935 and 1945, 12,732 B-17s were produced, of which 4,735 were lost in combat. Come see one of WWII's most important and magnificent aircrafts:

Torrance: April 26-28

Chino: April 30-May 1

Camarillo: May 3-5

See my fly-by over Torrance Airport above!

 

 

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