Twenty-five World War II aircraft sit in stoic silence, broken occasionally by a school field trip.
It’s the National Museum of World War II Aviation in Colorado Springs.
Co-chairman Bill Klaers will be the first to say the museum, unlike most, is a living one, a place where you can see, touch, even smell these birds of prey.
And unlike most museums, every single plane is fully restored, and can still fly a mission.
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Image taken from The National Museum of World War II Aviation website.