Nebraskans got to take a trip back in aviation history this weekend during the Collings Foundation Wings of Freedom Tour.
Planes dating from World War II flew from Eppley Airfield in Omaha.
Planes included one of only six active B-17 Flying Fortress built in 1944. Others were a B-24 Liberator and a P-51 Mustang.
The Collings Foundation is a non-profit group that has poured millions into the restoration of WWII planes, such as the B-17.
The Flying Fortress has been on tour throughout the country since 1989 with the Wings of Freedom living history tour. The B-17 is actually painted to honor the 91st bomb brigade called the Nine O Nine. The men of the Nine O Nine 140 missions, never turning back, never losing a crew member.