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  • See the world from above in a World War II military plane

    Brothers Jimmy and Danny Miller of Shade Tree Airstrip in Gulfport fly their World War II military training planes on Thursday, November 10, 2016. The planes were used to train pilots during World War II and are rare to still be flying.

Brothers Jimmy and Danny Miller of Shade Tree Airstrip in Gulfport fly their World War II military training planes on Thursday, November 10, 2016. The planes were used to train pilots during World War II and are rare to still be flying. Amanda McCoy Sun Herald
Brothers Jimmy and Danny Miller of Shade Tree Airstrip in Gulfport fly their World War II military training planes on Thursday, November 10, 2016. The planes were used to train pilots during World War II and are rare to still be flying. Amanda McCoy Sun Herald

Brothers fly these working World War II planes out of Gulfport

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