Wednesday, December 9, 2009

War planes at the Hangar Hotel

Christopher says, "These were taken a few days ago during the re-opening festitivies of the National Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg, Texas. Me and my dad went there for Pearl Harbor Day. In the first picture, I am next to a Curtis P-40, either Tomahawk or Kittyhawk. The other one is a F4F Wildcat built by Grumman. They are from WWII. The Wildcat is the last flying example of the air frame. The airplanes were at the Gillespie Country airport, right outside our hotel, the Hangar Hotel. The other planes were a TBM Avenger ( the airplane that George Bush flew in during WWII), a Douglas C47 in a field (built in 1944), some observation aircraft, and some others.

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