Misawa Photos

Miss Veedol makes commemorative flight over Misawa

MISAWA, Japan -- Brig. Gen. John Raymond, left, 5th Air Force vice commander, and Col. Michael Rothstein, 35th Fighter Wing commander, walk to a replica of the Miss Veedol, a 1931 Bellanca Skyrocket J-300, prior to the start of the Miss Veedol Flight 80th Anniversary ceremony at Misawa Air and Science Museum Aug 18. Miss Veedol was the first airplane to fly non-stop across the Pacific Ocean from Sabishiro Beach, Misawa to Wenatchee, Washington. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Marie Brown)

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