This B-29 Bomber Was Frozen in Time For 47 Years. Then When It Was Resurrected Disaster Struck

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It’s May 21, 1995, and a team of salvagers have finished their work on the B-29 Superfortress named Kee Bird. Kee Bird had originally crashed in the Arctic wastes of northern Greenland back in 1947. Nearly 50 years on, though, and the stricken aircraft’s four engines begin to fire up yet again. But will the group be able to return the huge WWII plane to the skies?