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Published June 19, 2012, 06:17 PM

Vintage Warbirds at Fargo Air Museum

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - If you look up in the sky in the next few days, you may catch a glimpse of history above Fargo-Moorhead.

By: WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY

If you look up in the sky in the next few days, you may catch a glimpse of history above Fargo-Moorhead. The best of the best World War Two Planes are at the Fargo Air Museum for a rare showing of vintage warbirds. Five out of the Six Honoring Legends will be on display including the rare Samauri Japanese Zero. It's one of just 2 in the world that's still flyable. People are invited to get up close and personal to see these historic warbirds.

Freddy Caraveo – Pilot of Betty Stream: "A lot of the original radios, obviously we have more modern ones for communication and navigation. But I mean inside the airplane, it is a museum in its self.”

The display begins tomorrow at the Fargo Air Museum, and runs through Sunday.

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