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Spinning the Kee Bird's Propellers

Spinning the Kee Bird's Propellers

Rick Kriege (left) and George Greenamyer watch as, in a test, all four propellers on the Kee Bird spin for the first time in almost 50 years. Some of the engines are new. The Kee Bird was a B-29 which was ditched in Greeland 270 miles north of Thule Air Base in 1947, and was restored in 1993-1995, only to burn in a taxi test. | Location: North of Thule Air Base, Greenland.
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TW002634
Date Photographed:
September 7, 1994
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© Tim Wright/CORBIS
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