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The bomb bay of "Ye Olde Pub" could only be crossed by a several inch wide plank of wood. Soldiers, and reporters on this flight, crossed the plank while "ye Olde Pub" was in the air, holding onto the rope on the sides and squeezing through the two metal beams supporting the bomb bay.
In the cockpit of "Ye Olde Pub," a top shelf stores headphones for pilots.
"Ye Olde Pub" pilots Sean O'Brien and Dave Lyon in the pilots' seats while the B-17 was in flight.
The controls in the cockpit of "Ye Olde Pub."
Pilots and "Ye Olde Pub" crew members Tony Anger (left) and Michael Stirber (right).
Pilot Dave Lyon in the cockpit of "Ye Olde Pub."
The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress was the iconic World War II heavy bomber. Of the over 12,000 models built, only eight still function today.
A rightsize propellor of the B-17.
The full body of "Ye Olde Pub," a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress built toward the end of World War II.
Organizations in Tucson are working together to get opioid users into treatment instead of prison.
Graphic design by Amber Soland