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Thread: Moving the B-52 Midnight Express

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    Moving the B-52 Midnight Express


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    President Member Colgate Studebaker's Avatar
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    Wow, quite impressive! I hope pic's of the reassembly will be taken and shared. Thanks for posting Bill, Bill.

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    Super! That must have been a sight going down the road.
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    So cool. I'll keep an eye on this project.
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    I remember being at the Pima Air Museum and finding the wings of the B-52 a very nice place to escape the mid-summer Arizona H-e-A-t. Let's just say they cast a LARGE shadow.
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    The B-36 at Pima has even larger wings to hide from the sun.
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