After 60 Years, B-29 Superfortress Flies Again

Credit: "Doc" B-29 Superfortress after landing: Molly McMillin
WICHITA — The B-29 Superfortress called “Doc” triumphantly flew for the first time since 1956 on July 17 following a 16-year restoration project here and more than 350,000 hr. of volunteer work. The historic four-engine aircraft now joins the Commemorative Air Force B-29, FIFI, as a living memorial...

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