World War II Bomber B-17 plane arrives in Grand Junction

Updated: 1:32 PM - A 1944 Bomber B-17 plane from World War II arrived in Grand Junction Monday for the Grand Junction Air Show. The plane will be on display and rides will be offered to the public until October 12th at the airport.

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