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LARGE CROWD ATTENDS CROSSVILLE MEMORIAL AIRPORT FLY-IN

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Large crowds made their way to the Crossville Memorial Airport yesterday for the annual fly-in. Vintage military aircraft up to modern-day airplanes and jets were featured. In case you missed it yesterday, 105.7 News was there and took several pictures of the planes that were showcased including the B-25J medium range bomber. This aircraft (seen in the first five pictures below) flew from November 8, 1942 to May 1943 in the allied invasion of French North Africa. The aircraft was restored to fly again in August 1995 and was flown to Crossville for the event yesterday!

Enjoy a trip to the past with these pictures of aviation history:

 


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