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U.S. Military Fort Luis Washington National Cemetery Grave Stones with United States Flags on Memorial Day. Four German Soldiers from WWII are buried here. Yellow Flowers are placed in front of one gravestone.
Sunset view of Mt. Rainer from Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), McChord Airfield with Vintage Aircraft and Control Tower in foreground. A Douglas B-18A or DC-2 Bolo S/N 37505 is on the left and a Beechcraft UC-455 Expedition or Twin Beech is on the right.
An Dougles C-47D Skytrain or Gooney Bird, S/N 44-76502 Vintage Aircraft on display at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), McChord Airfield, Tacoma, Washington. The McChord Airfield Museum displays heritage aircraft owned by the Museum Of The United States Airforce.
An SA-10A-UC S/N 44-34053A Air Sea Rescue Vintage Aircraft on display at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), McChord Airfield, Tacoma, Washington. The McChord Airfield Museum displays heritage aircraft owned by the Museum Of The United States Airforce.
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