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Commemorative Air Force Central Texas Wing’s Wing Leader Joe Enzminger gave a short speech chronicling both the history of “That’s All, Brother,” the lead plane of the Normandy Invasion in WWII, and its careful restoration into the aircraft visitors now see at their Salute to Veterans and D-Day Memorial at their hangar in the San Marcos Regional Airport Wednesday
. See more photos on page 3. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

Before the start of the ceremony, Mayor John Thomaides visited with WWII veteran Lt. Col. Dick Cole, who flew with the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders, about his service.

Flight Engineer Tom Crawford walks down the aisle of the plane with a bag of ear plugs before takeoff for the first group to fly in the C-47 “That’s All Brother.”



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