The “Dottie Mae,” a P-47 Thunderbird, was lost in World War II. Vintage Air Frames, an Idaho company, restored the plane in time for this year’s Warbird Roundup on Aug. 26-27.
The “Dottie Mae,” a P-47 Thunderbird, was lost in World War II. Vintage Air Frames, an Idaho company, restored the plane in time for this year’s Warbird Roundup on Aug. 26-27. Warhawak Air Museum
The “Dottie Mae,” a P-47 Thunderbird, was lost in World War II. Vintage Air Frames, an Idaho company, restored the plane in time for this year’s Warbird Roundup on Aug. 26-27. Warhawak Air Museum

This WW II plane was at the bottom of a lake for 64 years. Now the Dottie Mae is flying again.

August 15, 2017 01:39 PM

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