Keystone Heights Airport Offers a Chance to Fly Restored WWII Aircraft
As a part of the Wings of Dreams aviation program, the Keystone Heights airport recently received two restored World War II aircraft: the B25-J bomber and the L4J fixed wing plane.
However, the planes are not just for display. Officials at the airport believe the best way to get a feel of what World War II was like is take to the air. TV20's Josh Rosenthal recently traveled to Keystone Heights and got a chance to fly the L4J. He also spoke to some veterans of the war to find out what memories the planes bring back to them.
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