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Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress — - On March 14th, the National Museum of the United States Air Force made a historic move:  The B-17F Memphis Belle was rolled over to the WWII hangar where it met B-17G Shoo Shoo Shoo Baby.  There was a brief opportunity for VIPs and museum members to take some photographs, then the Belle was rolled in and the doors closed.  She will be hidden until May 17th; the 75th anniversary of the completion of her 25th mission.
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Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress —

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On March 14th, the National Museum of the United States Air Force made a historic move: The B-17F 'Memphis Belle' was rolled over to the WWII hangar where it met B-17G 'Shoo Shoo Shoo Baby.' There was a brief opportunity for VIPs and museum members to take some photographs, then the 'Belle' was rolled in and the doors closed. She will be hidden until May 17th; the 75th anniversary of the completion of her 25th mission.

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Jay Moore
Excellent!
Dave Newman
Beautiful shot!
marylou anderson
You ROCK, Belle!
Great pic too.
Jason Belanger
Great Dames of the sky!
Donald Macomber
Must be one of if not the only 'F' model left...

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