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B-17G Flying Fortress
USAF Armament Museum
Valparaiso, FL


B-17

B-17G Gremlin's Hideout on display outside of the US Air Force Armaments Museum near Valparaiso, Florida. This is another B-17 that was completed too late to get into WWII. This one went to the US Navy, and was used about 15 years before being retired. The Armaments museum is a real jewel of a museum. Don't miss it if you are in the Fort Walton Beach area.

Here is an older photo of Gremlin's Hideout in its older nose art and paint.

B-17

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