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B-17G Flying Fortress "Yankee Lady", operated by the Yankee Air Museum, accelerating down the Manassas Regional Airport's runway 16L.

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B-17G Flying Fortress "Yankee Lady", operated by the Yankee Air Museum, accelerating down Manassas Regional Airport's runway 16L. The B-17 is arguably the most famous bomber of World War II.

Photographed during the 2020 Fourth of July Fly Over of Washington DC.


Yankee Air Museum
United States Army Air Forces
Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress
N3193G / 485829/GD-L/Y "Yankee Lady"
534th Bomb Squadron, 381st Bombardment Group, Ridgewell England Station 167

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