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Modified 10-Aug-12
Created 10-Aug-12
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The Minnesota Wing of the Commemorative Air Force flew in their North American B-25J bomber, "Miss Mitchell" on Monday. It was coming from Saskatchewan, Canada. Miss Mitchell was right on schedule 12:18. Unfortunately it touched down a mile from my position, and heat waves coming off the runaway were particularly bad today. The crew deplaned at the Fargo Air Museum. Robert Odegaard was there to greet them. The crew went to lunch, and Robert took a passenger up on his P-51D.
I photographed aircraft details and chatted with Mike from the Museum, a former USAF mechanic, and other photographer as I moved around Miss Mitchell.
Tuesday, I limited my photos and did more talking with the museum staff.
Additional photos from 2009 including the interior.

Heatwaves

Heatwaves

Direct Flight From Canada

Direct Flight From Canada

Taxi Across The Runaway

Taxi Across The Runaway

Late Lunch

Late Lunch

Damien Watches

Damien Watches

Cameras At The Ready

Cameras At The Ready

Air Museum Youth Volunteers

Air Museum Youth Volunteers

Welcome Back

Welcome Back

Mustang And Mitchell

Mustang And Mitchell

Liquid Sky

Liquid Sky

Reflections A'Mighty

Reflections A'Mighty

Reflections Of Monday

Reflections Of Monday

Mitchell Crew

Mitchell Crew

Preddy Reflections

Preddy Reflections

Clear

Clear

Packing Heat

Packing Heat

A OK

A OK

Ghost Squadron

Ghost Squadron

Cyclone 14

Cyclone 14

Bottom Antennas

Bottom Antennas

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Subcategory:Airplanes
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