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WWII Birds Visit Hagerstown Aviation Museum

On Thursday, the Hagerstown Aviation Museum hosted a visit by WWII birds for the annual Wings of Freedom Tour.
HAGERSTOWN, Md. - On Thursday, the Hagerstown Aviation Museum hosted a visit by WWII birds for the annual Wings of Freedom Tour. 

In honor of our WWII Veterans, the Collings Foundations Wings of Freedom Tour brought an extremely rare bomber and fighter aircraft for a local living history display as part of the 110 city nation wide tour. 

Organizers say some of the planes the tour brought were the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and the WWII Heavy Bomber. 

"I really enjoy it and we have the opportunity to bring a great piece of history around the country and to have the Veterans come out one more time and see what they did in WWII, bring their families out, go through the airplanes," said Mac McCauley, volunteer pilot. 

The tour will be in town until about noon Friday, then they're heading to Westminster, Maryland. 
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