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On June 6, 1944, George Shenkle jumped out of the museum's C-47A Skytrain during D-Day. Mr. Shenkle visited the museum on April 18, 2015 to sit in his seat one last time and talk to visitors about his past experiences.

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Lockheed Martin C-5A Galaxy 69-0014 finally broke through the clouds on August 7, 2013 on its last flight from Memphis, TN. It was a sight everyone at the museum was anxious to see as the plane's arrival had been delayed for several months. With the A-model's familiar engine whine, it made a slow pass over runway 32 and finally made one last right banking turn to come in for its final landing.

The C-5 is on permanent static display at the Air Mobility Command Museum, the only museum in the world to house the largest aircraft in the U.S. Air Force's inventory.

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