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The Collings Foundation B-17G "Nine-O-Nine" was named to honor an historic aircraft. Although this particular airplane does not have a combat history, she did serve with the Air/Sea 1st Rescue Squadron and in the Military Air Transport Service. Before being used as a fire bomber the aircraft participated in the nuclear testing program of the early 1950s, being subjected to the effects of three nuclear explosions. She was finally sold and restored back to her wartime configuration, being named in honor of that plane of the 91st Bomb Group 323rd Bomb Squadron that flew 140 missions without an abort or loss of a crewman.

 

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