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Chapman “Chappy” Holbrook, a member of the 122nd Bomb

Chapman “Chappy” Holbrook, a member of the 122nd Bomb

Chapman “Chappy” Holbrook, a member of the 122nd Bomb Squadron Restoration Unit, prepares the nose of a B-26 to be used as a monitor to display photos in the Jackson Barracks Museum in New Orleans, Oct. 27. The... More

Retired Army Capt. Charles Monsted, a member of the

Retired Army Capt. Charles Monsted, a member of the

Retired Army Capt. Charles Monsted, a member of the 122nd Bomb Squadron Restoration Unit, removes the rust from an 1860 Parrot Cannon to be displayed in the Jackson Barracks Museum in New Orleans, Oct. 27. The ... More

Dave Harrel, a member of the 122nd Bomb Squadron Restoration

Dave Harrel, a member of the 122nd Bomb Squadron Restoration

Dave Harrel, a member of the 122nd Bomb Squadron Restoration Unit, is restoring “Redemption,” a Moutain Howitzer which is now on display in Fleming Hall at Jackson Barracks, New Orleans, Oct. 27. The 122nd is a... More