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Braniff DC-3 (C53-DO) N34950 Line Number 7399 Originally delivered to MID-CONTINENT Airlines. It joined Braniff's fleet in 1952 when the two airlines merged. The plane was sold in 1959.

Braniff DC-3 (C53-DO) N34950 Line Number 7399 Originally delivered to MID-CONTINENT Airlines. It joined Braniff's fleet in 1952 when the two airlines merged. The plane was sold in 1959.

Two USAAF Douglas C-47A Skytrains wearing D-Day stripes seen in formation banking in a clear blue sky.

Two USAAF Douglas C-47A Skytrains wearing D-Day stripes seen in formation banking in a clear blue sky.

In an incredible discovery, dedicated enthusiasts have tracked down the lead transport aircraft from the Allied invasion of Normandy, a C-47 named 'That's all, Brother', to an aircraft graveyard in the United States.

That’s All, Brother: Lost D-Day Aircraft Found in Wisconsin Boneyard

In an incredible discovery, dedicated enthusiasts have tracked down the lead transport aircraft from the Allied invasion of Normandy, a C-47 named 'That's all, Brother', to an aircraft graveyard in the United States.

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