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N47TB — - That's All, Brother.  The C-47 that let 800 planes on D-Day
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N47TB —


That's All, Brother. The C-47 that let 800 planes on D-Day


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Doug Irvin
Third time this week when the same aircraft is posted twice. Are you running low on people submitting photos?
James Simms
Oh please, give it a rest Doug. If you’re not happy here, go elsewhere & drag other people down to your level of being a miserable person. Better yet, start your own website. V
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
25-Sep-2023 DC3Sacramento Mather ()Camarillo () 10:20AM PDT 12:30PM PDT 2:10
22-Sep-2023 DC3Modesto City ()Sacramento Mather () 11:32AM PDT 12:34PM PDT 1:02
18-Sep-2023 DC3Chino ()Modesto City () 09:21AM PDT 11:30AM PDT 2:08
17-Sep-2023 DC3Chino ()Chino () 03:18PM PDT 03:43PM PDT 0:25
16-Sep-2023 DC3Chino ()Chino () 03:53PM PDT 04:18PM PDT 0:25
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