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CAF Helldiver (SB2C)

This is the only one still flying today out of 7,140 built and one of only five complete aircraft remaining.

This aircraft first flew into combat in the campaign for Rabaul in November 1943. The Helldiver was Navy carrier based and U.S. Marine island based. It was significantly faster and more potent than the SBD and responsible for more ship tonnage sunk during WWII than any other aircraft.

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Carl & Terri Haake

Photos courtesy of the West Texas Wing Commemorative Air Force

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C-47 "That's All, Brother"

1944, the beginning of the liberation of France in the last two years of World War II.

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Carl & Terri Haake

Photos courtesy of Robb Gudgel

That's All, Brother is a Douglas C-47 Skytrain aircraft (the military version of the civilian DC-3) that led the formation of 800 others from which approximately 13,000 U.S. paratroopers jumped on D-Day, June 6,

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ReMax Skydiving Team

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ReMax Jefferson City

Photos courtesy of Gynzer's Photography

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SHOW ME STATE AIR SHOW

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Show Me State Air Show carries the mission to provide an exciting family-fun event to Central Missouri to celebrate our current and former military members, involve community, offer educational STEM experiences for youth, and to promote aviation and associated organizations found within the Show Me State.

If you are you interested in partnering with this exciting event, contact Air Show Director Penny Smith at info@showmestateairshow.org or at 573-533-0648.

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