WWII veteran Jim Brown examined the WWII Bomber B-25 “Maid in the Shade” after a ride at Blue Grass Airport on July 8, 2013. Brown was the navigator with the 490th U.S. Army Air Corps Bomb Squadron, or the “Burma Bridge Busters.”
WWII veteran Jim Brown examined the WWII Bomber B-25 “Maid in the Shade” after a ride at Blue Grass Airport on July 8, 2013. Brown was the navigator with the 490th U.S. Army Air Corps Bomb Squadron, or the “Burma Bridge Busters.” Pablo Alcala Staff File Photo
WWII veteran Jim Brown examined the WWII Bomber B-25 “Maid in the Shade” after a ride at Blue Grass Airport on July 8, 2013. Brown was the navigator with the 490th U.S. Army Air Corps Bomb Squadron, or the “Burma Bridge Busters.” Pablo Alcala Staff File Photo

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