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Twelve O’Clock High

Twelve O’Clock High is a notable 1949 film with Gregory Peck trying to work out the kinks of daylight bombing over Europe during World War II, which focuses as much on the psychological toll as the physical. This image, though, has nothing to do with the film. Another exhibit from Aviation Day at the Vero Beach Municipal Airport has an aerial bomb and machine gun ammunition lying on the tarmac in front of a B-25 bomber for all to see. This type of bomber saw lots of action over Europe during the war.

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