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In June 2015, a unusual Soviet B-25 J Mitchell bomber was recovered in Nome (Alaska) by Patrick Mihalek with the nonprofit Warbirds Of Glory Museum in Brighton, Michigan and the help of NACTEC's kids, the Northwestern Alaska Career and Technical Center in Nome....read more

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The B-17 Flying Fortress, nicknamed “Sentimental Journey,” flew in the Pacific theatre during the Second World War. Of the 1.5 million tons of bombs dropped in Europe by U.S. aircraft during this time, 640,000 tons came from B-17s. The CAF describes the B-...read more

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The New Guinea campaign (1942–1945) was one of the major military campaigns of World War II. Approximately 216,000 Japanese, Australian, and US servicemen died. New Guinea was strategically important because it was a major landmass to the immediate...read more

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24/10/2014

The National WWII Museum and the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) are excited to announce a truly thrilling upcoming event: For one weekend only, WWII AirPower Expo 2014 takes over the tarmac at the New Orleans Lakefront Airport, featuring a fleet of legendary aircraft of World War II — fully...(find more about the event)

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B-25 Mitchell, nicknamed “Ruthless Ruth”, pulls up after making a skip-bombing run on Japanese coastal defense vessel No. 134. The plane was flown by USAAF Lieutenant Louie A. Mikell of the 499th Bomb Squadron (“Bats Outa Hell”), part of 5th Air Force. Japanese convoy HOMO-03 left Hong Kong...read more

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