WWII B-17 bomber “Swap Ghosts” returns to Hawaii (with Video)

Joris Nieuwint

A famous World War II B-17 bomber arrived today at the Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor.

It didn’t fly in, however. Instead, it arrived by the truckload — in seven Matson containers with Honolulu police escort, to be exact.

Once at the museum, the history of the “Swamp Ghost” will be retold the way the Flying Fortress was lost in 1942 and rediscovered three decades later in a swamp in Papua New Guinea.

Source: staradvertiser.com

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