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Passengers were ejected from their seats in deadly B-17 crash at Bradley International Airport, lawsuit alleges
A lawsuit has been filed against the Collins Foundation by survivors and the families of those killed in the B-17 bomber crash at Bradley International Airport last fall
WWII documentary about ‘The Mighty Eighth’ Air Force to premiere on NatGeo
Men from the 8th Air Force entered the cockpit mission after mission, knowing that it was likely a death sentence.
NTSB releases preliminary report on cause of fatal B-17 plane crash at Bradley International Airport
The full investigation is expected to take a year to 18 months.
We salute the Air National Guard chief master sergeant who pulled passengers from a fiery B-17 crash
"He is very familiar with the back of an aircraft," Army Maj. Gen. Francis J. Evon, adjutant general of the Connecticut National Guard, said in a statement on Thursday. "[It was] very lucky that he had gloves on. Our understanding is he popped the hatch and was able to extract some individuals"
World War II-era B-17 bomber crashes at Connecticut airport, killing at least 2 people
The Collings Foundation World War II-era B-17 Flying Fortress crashed at Bradley International Airport in Connecticut Wednesday morning.