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B-29 ‘Doc’ To Fly At Oshkosh, And More »

Fans of the restored B-29 “Doc,” which flew last July after 16 years of effort by scores of volunteers in Wichita, have long yearned for the chance to see the airplane fly at EAA AirVenture, hopefully in formation with the only other flying B-29, the CAF’s FiFi. Doc’s Friends aren’t saying yet if that historic meet-up will happen, but they do plan to fly at Oshkosh, July 24-30. Three more stops are planned, with more to come. More

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