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B-17G Flying Fortress
US Air Force Museum
Dayton, OH,


B-17

B-17G Shoo Shoo Baby on display in the World War II hangar at the US Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio. The museum is very dark inside, which makes photography kind of tricky. Shoo Shoo Baby flew 24 combat missions in WWII, taking flak damage 7 times. The aircraft was forced to land in Sweden on its last mission, where both the aircraft and crew were held in custody until the end of the war.

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