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Willow Run Bomber Plant marks milestone in rebirth

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The Willow Run Bomber plant recently marked a milestone in its rebirth. The historic plant is undergoing a radical transformation.

The Yankee Air Museum is developing the abandoned site where the legendary WWII B-24 was produced to become the new “National Museum of Aviation and Technology at Historic Willow Run,” an affiliate of the Smithsonian. It will be a museum inside a museum.

http://yankeeairmuseum.org

To donate:
http://www.savethebomberplant.org

Local 4’s Guy Gordon gives us this update.

 

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WATCH: The Willow Run Bomber plant recently marked a milestone in its rebirth. The historic plant is undergoing a radical transformation. The Yankee Air Museum is developing the abandoned site where the legendary WWII B-24 was produced to become the new “National Museum of Aviation and Technology at Historic Willow Run,” an affiliate of the Smithsonian. It will be a museum inside a museum. Local 4’s Guy Gordon gives us this update. #chevy

Posted by WDIV Local 4 / ClickOnDetroit on Thursday, March 17, 2016