Jun 20, 2015 10:28 PM
NASHUA - A rare opportunity for the people of New Hampshire this weekend to get a glimpse of planes used during World War II.
The only B-29 bomber still flying around the country touched down in Nashua today. It'll be open to the public all weekend for tours at Boire Field. The crew aboard the plane says it's important the plane can be seen outside museums.
"It's an amazing experience. I was a military pilot and have flown everything from gliders to the B-1 bomber and leer jets and case 135 refueled. She's a piece of history. A one of a kind piece of history," said B-29 Aircraft Commander Mark Novak.
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