Vietnam war pilots reunite with planes 50 years after conflict

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by KVUE News

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Posted on November 9, 2012 at 1:04 PM

Updated Friday, Nov 9 at 1:33 PM

After nearly 50 years, two Vietnam war pilots reunited with the planes they flew during the conflict.

The planes are now on display at Cavanaugh's Flight Museum in Texas. They give a new perspective to the story behind the Vietnam war.

People visiting the museum will hear a story about the F-4 aircraft that was attacked during a bomber escort mission near Hanoi.

They will also be able to hear an emotional story of a young child who died during the war.

The F-4 became the most recognizable aircraft in the war and a big prize for the enemy.

 

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