The Collings Foundation’s B-24J is the only restored flying B-24J in the world. A living history museum seen at over 120 cities per year, the B-24 brings memories for the many who flew others like it during WWII. For a younger generation, it brings enlightenment—a glimpse of the conditions in which it served, and an appreciation for the freedom we all share because of its role in the Second World War. Its guns are long silent as the new mission it flies finds it over no enemy lands. Instead the Pratt & Whitney R-1830 engines roar over welcoming cities and enthusiastic towns.
25 August 2014 – Canon 60D