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Want to fly in a WWII bomber?

Want to fly in a WWII bomber?

Now that Hunter Chaney and his Wings of Freedom Tour have hauled World War II bomber planes across the country for almost a quarter-century, the aircraft have been burning fuel longer than the war itself. Not that he's counting, but Chaney, a spokesman for the Stow, Mass.-based Collings Foundation, says the mini-squadron of old wartime bombers that his organization souped up and knocked into flying shape 24 years ago have crisscrossed America 2,721 times. That's if you count the appearance that a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, a Consolidated B-24 Liberator and a North American P-51 Mustang, respectively, will make at Boca Raton Airport through Monday. "It's one thing to...

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