See B-52 bomber move from Paine Field to new home at Museum of Flight

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RENTON, Wash. -- Boeing's historic B-52 bomber moved Sunday to a new home at the Museum of Flight.

The 1959 war plane traveled down I-405 from Everett's Paine Field to the main campus at the Museum of Flight at Boeing Field.

The plane was disassembled for shipment and the parts were delivered separately.

The B-52 will be on permanent display in a new exhibit called The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park. It's all part of Project Welcome Home to increase awareness of Vietnam Veterans' great sacrifices.

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