The Commemorative Air Force visited The Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada in early July 2015.
The crew members acted as tour guides and provided a lot of interesting information about the bombers.
The B-25 saw combat during World War II in the Mediterranean, N/W Africa and possibly Europe.
There were several repaired bullet holes in the aircraft. This B-25 also took part in a 5 plane raid and was the only aircraft to return from the raid.
They also allowed former air crew to sign the bombay doors. Two of the signatures were from surviving B-25 Doolittle Raid crew members although I wasn't able to identify the two signatures.
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B-17 Flying Fortress
|B-17 - Bomaby looking forward|
|B-17 - Waist gun position. Rose contemplating the settling of some grievances.|
B-17 Engines and wing. Plastic window degraded the photo.
|B-17 - Tail gunners position|