Wesley Kimball prepares to land a Rawdon T-1 on a runway near Clearwater in 2002. The Kansas Aviation Museum plans to move the vintage plane Wednesday from Yingling Aviation at Wichita Mid-Continent Airport to the museum in southeast Wichita.
Wesley Kimball prepares to land a Rawdon T-1 on a runway near Clearwater in 2002. The Kansas Aviation Museum plans to move the vintage plane Wednesday from Yingling Aviation at Wichita Mid-Continent Airport to the museum in southeast Wichita. Eagle file photo
Wesley Kimball prepares to land a Rawdon T-1 on a runway near Clearwater in 2002. The Kansas Aviation Museum plans to move the vintage plane Wednesday from Yingling Aviation at Wichita Mid-Continent Airport to the museum in southeast Wichita. Eagle file photo

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