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B17 Bomber Tour

Dates: Now - Aug. 27, 2017
Times: (8/24) - 2pm-5pm, (remaining days) - 9am-5pm
Category: Education/History Other
Location: Lewis University Airport - 1 George J Michas Dr, Romeoville, IL 60446, 3000 Poberezny Rd, Oshkosh, WI 54902
Phone: 920-426-4800
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The B-17G has a remarkable story. One filled with daring missions and personal sacrifice. You're now invited to relive that story on a historic flight aboard the EAA's beautifully restored B-17 Flying Fortress, Aluminum Overcast.

More than just an airplane, the B-17 is living history that holds a remarkable connection to the past and is the most iconic image of World War II.

Today, it serves as a tribute to those known as the greatest generation: the bold men and women who built and served on the heavy bombers in the 1940s.

Relive the story. Join the flight.


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