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Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress (N93012) - Face to face with the Flying Fortress
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Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress (N93012)


Face to face with the Flying Fortress


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Don Lynch
Good pic!
Not just good but a Great Pic! My question is: just how much flap is available on the B-17? It looks like almost ninety degrees in this photo (but it is looking down the center line) ... . Also, I used to live a dozen or so miles and never got so much as a fly-by from a B-17. We did get a fly-by salute from the Space Shuttle, though--Excellent!
Jim Smith
It or one of its bretheren is here at KRTN this weekend. Ride it for USD$450.
Kirk Wittmayer
I really like these photo's of the old warbird's. I have a ?. When the bomb load is dropped, do you have to keep on top of the weight loss to stay in formation? Iam not a pilot, nor a veteran, just curious.
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