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Flying on the Lancaster Bomber

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Uploaded on Jun 18, 2011

As part of my visit to the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, I took a one-hour flight on the B-1 Avro Lancaster (one of only two remaining air-worthy Lancasters left in the world today). The plane was the primary bomber used by the RAF & Canadian Air Force in their attacks on Axis-controlled Europe in World War II. Flying on such a historic aircraft was a once-in-a-lifetime experience and quite moving, actually. I will never forget this.

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