Maybe the single most famous plane of World War Two. I've been to it several times when it was on display on Mud Island, Memphis, Tennessee. It has been relocated to the Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio.
B-17 Bomber Color Nose Art Sgt. Penrose A. Bingham of Reading, PA stands in front of the B-17 "Idiots' Delight" in England in WWII. "Idiots' Delight" served with 94th BG / 332nd BS and 447th BG / 710th BS. (U.S. Air Force Photograph.)
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