When WWII-era airplane parts fall into your yard

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Wings Over Dallas delighted attendees with rare World War II-era planes, aviation education and family activities.

The show also annoys some neighbors near the Dallas Executive Airport, where noisy old planes were flying overhead all weekend.

14914747_955710741241487_1990238800_nBut one neighbor found a part of the show in his own front yard.

A Kiest Park-area neighbor found this hunk of metal near his curb. A friend who is a pilot said it looks like engine cowling.

Neighbors contacted the Commemorative Air Force, which is housed at the old Red Bird airport, and they came and picked it up.

By |2016-10-31T12:43:37-05:00October 31st, 2016|News|Comments Off on When WWII-era airplane parts fall into your yard

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