Friday, June 9, 2017

World War I Plane Takes to the Sky in 1967

From the May 10, 2017, MidWeek "Looking Back."

1967, 50 Years Ago.

""'Hey!  Watch our Red Baron!'  Another World War One fighter plane has been restored by Carl R. Swanson, owner of the Sycamore Airport.

"The British made plane is a navy version 2F1 Sopwith Camel Bi-Plane, and there are only two like it still in existence.  It is called a Camel because of the hump it has on the front of the plane where one of its twin guns fit."

Sure Would Like To Have Seen It.  --DaCoot

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