Rare Behind The Scenes Footage with Pilot and Crew of the Lewis Air Legends Douglas A-20 Havoc

Freeport, Illinois — Join our producer for this rare behind the scenes footage with Pilot and crew of the Lewis Air Legends Douglas A-20 Havoc as they prepare to complete A-20’s mission to make it to OshKosh.

The WWII light bomber, stored in Freeport at the Albertus Airport for nearly a year, is the only known airworthy A-20 in the world.

We hung out with the pilot and crew to bring you this exclusive behind the scenes rare look at one truly incredible airplane and the cool people behind it.

The plane will leave Freeport today, on Mother’s Day for OskKosh. Here is our segment with the guys of this historic A-20 Havoc.

EXCLUSIVE: Rare behind the scenes footage with Pilot and crew of the Lewis Air Legends Douglas A-20 Havoc as they prepare to complete A-20’s mission to make it to OshKosh. The WWII light bomber, stored in Freeport at the Albertus Airport for nearly a year, is the only known airworthy A-20 in the world. We hung out with the pilot and crew to bring you this exclusive behind the scenes rare look at one truly incredible airplane and the cool people behind it. The plane will leave Freeport today, on Mother’s Day for OskKosh.

Posted by Today In The Port on Sunday, May 14, 2017


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