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That's All, Brother

Discovered lying in an aircraft boneyard in Wisconsin, the Douglas C-47 That’s All, Brother was nearly unrecognizable. The lead airplane in the formation that delivered the surprise attack at Normandy 72 years ago, That’s All, Brother was in desperate need of caring individuals to help turn back the hands of time.

The Commemorative Air Force (CAF), in partnership with loyal supporters, has taken on the task of completely restoring this historic warbird to flying condition. It is CAF’s goal to return That’s All, Brother to the skies in time for the 75th Anniversary of D-Day on June 6, 2019 when she can take a commemorative flight. Please support the campaign to preserve this important piece of history by making a gift today. Sign-up for updates or visit our Project Updates page to check back in on the progress of the restoration.

 

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