Captured Aircraft Air Show
    During World War II Freeman Army Airfield in Seymour, Indiana, was a training base, but by mid-1945 it became an evaluation center for captured Axis aircraft. After a few months the airfield featured a most unique collection of aircraft still able to fly. The base held an air show later that year and one could see all the familiar allied aircraft, plus many German fighters, bombers, transports, and the infamous V-2 Rocket. Video courtesy: Freeman Army Airfield Museum 

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