AVweb Podcast: Friday, August 4, 2006

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B-29. They say there's only one still flying and that it will take an estimated $3 million to keep it that way. Fifi, the living example of a pivotal character in events that changed the course of history, is the charge of the all-volunteer, non-profit Commemorative Air Force. The group is struggling to keep four 36-cylinder engines turning and its one B-29 aloft. CAF's Kay Crites speaks with AVweb about the mission and the history.