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What she really is are murdered her wings -- -- Janice Dean is out -- on Long Island at the air power museum for the annual fancy your show has been wearing a different -- -- we see here.
And we're starting to think she -- it may -- -- coming back and try to get that pilot's license and what indeed dating.
Good morning this of the fancy one this is a captain's hat right Scotland uses an and -- and you will get store these fancy hats besides the woman a ticket from the pilot.
-- has usually the the aircraft commander of -- this aircraft.
Let's Scott climate and that you are a pilot here at least the Sam fought for the museum will also be a fun in the just petitions because he's -- any client -- be fine 86 Texas which is mobile were to aircraft as well as an opening nine -- What are we in right now you're in the C 47.
Just me the Douglas -- 47 which was a parachute.
If they're boring transport she's made it to repair troopers as well as cargo during world war -- and after actually all the way through the Vietnam War.
This aircraft actually carried on through service -- the nineties with the Israeli Air Force.
Does this thing work absolutely this is -- -- to be fine today.
Can we -- -- we will open it gives about a couple hours we'll get a fired up -- -- up what it now the cameramen here is taking a look at the -- -- -- -- What's going on there -- sort him out there this was actually designed originally as an airline.
By the Douglas company.
Then obviously became a transport and what is most known for -- dropping paratroopers over Normandy and over Holland during operation market garden will work to.
What the cameras looking at various yet the S seats for the pilot the co pilot.
And then right behind that is the seat for the navigator.
Is back then there was no GPS and I navigation aids like there are today so they actually had -- have -- -- -- start of the sexton for navigation.
The -- it's pretty -- which is not usual for today's airliner styles.
Any instrumentation is quite antiquated.
We've obviously added modernized instrumentation for GPS and -- things of that nature but back then.
It's kind of climate to see their friends and -- -- navigator back there to get them as far as cross the Atlantic.
Yell -- folks to come out here today can they come into one of these says.
Airplanes and take a look what we're doing right now absolutely during the day when this is not trying to be open to such you see here it -- people connecting to a particular.
Get -- it scare when you're finding their show.
You know it's I think -- try to -- have more scared Whitewater rafting and it would be -- upside down over the beach love -- some -- -- up with -- that.
Also do for a living been flying for the air force for was fifteen years.
Now we were delayed because -- weather yesterday but were full force today were full throttle actually today the winds are going to be a little bit of an issue but I think other way -- the scene and right now we're gonna -- that launched the fleet for the show and have a good time to put on a good gesture for the crowd.
CIA I -- it called mother nature that we difficult weather today.
And now we're seven to the last two days I've seen some -- teed off for us this weekend but I think if you bundle up and come out to be to think you'll see good show wonder.
Well we -- and army -- -- New York for the air power the Bethpage air show this is the air power our museum the American -- -- museum -- we -- live this morning bringing you the very latest thank you Scott.
That you will see up in the air -- you maybe take the co pilot you know actually while refiner in the sectional -- one person.
Find somebody will lay out with the.
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