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At 92, WW II pilot returns to the air wearing Army uniform

World War II pilot Robert Capen got behind the controls of a 1942 Boeing Stearman PT-17 during a flight by Darryl Fisher's Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation. The flight was out of KCAC Aviation at the Johnson County Executive Airport.
Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
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