Army Air Corps veteran talks about war experience at air show

World War II veteran Robert McNally stands inside a B-25 Mitchell Aug. 19 at Pease Air National Guard Base at Portsmouth, N.H. The B-25, called the "Miss Hap," is the oldest flying B-25 Mitchell Bomber in the world and was the personal aircraft of Gen. Henry "Hap" Arnold. McNally was an aircraft radio operator in the Army Air Corps. and routinely flew aboard B-25s during WWII. Mr. McNally, 81, was a guest attending the 2007 Wings of Hope Air Show with hopes of being reunited with old friends. The 2007 Wings of Hope Air Show at Pease ANGB is in conjunction with Air Force Week New England. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Bennie J. Davis III)

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