Restoring history

Whiteman Heritage Foundation volunteers Senior Airman Edward Ranowiecki, 509th Munitions Squadron and Knob Noster, Mo., resident Robert Rainey with Frank McKinley (far right), WHF project coordinator, work on a glider-tail assembly as a part of the complete restoration work of a World War II-vintage Waco CG-4A combat assault glider at Whiteman AFB, Mo. The foundation, which is seeking volunteers to help with the work, plans to display the restored aircraft to highlight that portion of the base's history. During the 1940s, Whiteman AFB, then Sedalia Air Field, served as a base for pilots training to fly the glider. (US Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Bill Huntington)

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