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  • B-29 bomber 'Doc' arrives to fanfare at Oshkosh

    Immediately after touching down on the runway in Oshkosh, Wisconsin for the EAA AirVenture Air Show, it was apparent that the restored B-29 “Doc” was going to be the featured attraction out of the 20,000 airplanes schedule to be on hand for the week. The crew of “Doc," many of whom helped in the restoration of the plane, were overwhelmed by the response they received upon their arrival. (Video by Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)

B-29 bomber 'Doc' arrives to fanfare at Oshkosh

Immediately after touching down on the runway in Oshkosh, Wisconsin for the EAA AirVenture Air Show, it was apparent that the restored B-29 “Doc” was going to be the featured attraction out of the 20,000 airplanes schedule to be on hand for the week. The crew of “Doc," many of whom helped in the restoration of the plane, were overwhelmed by the response they received upon their arrival. (Video by Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)
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