Retired Air Force Capt. Arnold Cook's eyes were glued to an aircraft used during World War II as crews checked the engine for takeoff. Standing in the open airfield Saturday in Burnet, Cook, 91, listened to the buzzing of the propellers, waiting for the moment when he would feel at home again inside the C-47 Skytrain.
Video courtesy of Cook's family.
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