Melvin Fast, 90, holds a 50-caliber machine gun in the nose section of the B-17 bomber Memphis Belle on Monday. Fast was a waist gunner in a different B-17 in World War II. The plane, built in April 1945, is a re-creation of a bomber by the same name and was the plane used in the movie “Memphis Belle.”
Melvin Fast, 90, holds a 50-caliber machine gun in the nose section of the B-17 bomber Memphis Belle on Monday. Fast was a waist gunner in a different B-17 in World War II. The plane, built in April 1945, is a re-creation of a bomber by the same name and was the plane used in the movie “Memphis Belle.” The Wichita Eagle
Melvin Fast, 90, holds a 50-caliber machine gun in the nose section of the B-17 bomber Memphis Belle on Monday. Fast was a waist gunner in a different B-17 in World War II. The plane, built in April 1945, is a re-creation of a bomber by the same name and was the plane used in the movie “Memphis Belle.” The Wichita Eagle

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