D-Day Invasion Led By 'That’s All, Brother'

The historic Douglas C-47 Skytrain that led the Allied invasion of Normandy almost ended up as a Basler turboprop conversion, when it was discovered in a scrap yard here at Oshkosh. The aircraft, named “That’s All, Brother”, was the first of more than 800 aircraft that participated in the Normandy...

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