World War II bomber stops at Iowa airport

06/22/2010 | Muscatine Journal (Iowa)

A historic World War II B-25 bomber flown in air raids over Tokyo made an unexpected visit to Muscatine Municipal Airport in Muscatine, Iowa. "We had issues and we had to shut down an engine," said pilot Alan Miller. The bomber was on its way home to Minnesota from the Cape Girardeau Regional Air Festival in Missouri.

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