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Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress

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B-17F 'Memphis Belle.' The museum has opted to keep the original nose art hidden until the May 17th debut.

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Alan Brown
Great photo. There aren't many of the "F" model still flying.
Courtney CaillouetPhoto Uploader
This one isn't flying either, Alan. She is a museum piece.
sailon
Martin Broers
It is still a beauty, proud of America, hi tech of the fourties.
The rescuer off The Netherlands.
Y have a higly respect of the maintenace crew who rebuilt the Lady.
Neil Klapthor
Beautiful shot...love the B-17! My father-in-law was the copilot in one that was shot down over Italy on his very first mission.
At what museum is it on display?
lusitan
Neil Klaptor - The Memphis Belle is scheduled to go on display on May 17, 2018 at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH
av8rdav
There aren't many flying B-17s, period. Around 12 or so.
serge LOTH
Beyond the picture, all my respect to this LADY and her crews.. also for the rebuilding crew.
I flew personnaly on the Pink Lady..now in museum as well ..unfortunatly
Tks Courtney.

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