Continued Support for That’s All, Brother Makes A Big Impact
Last year the CAF discovered the Douglas C-47 That’s All, Brother lying in an aircraft boneyard in Wisconsin. This was THE lead airplane in the formation that delivered the surprise attack at Normandy on June 6, 1944. That’s All, Brother was in desperate need of caring individuals to help turn back the hands of time. In 2015, the CAF launched a major campaign seeking to rescue and begin a major restoration of the aircraft back to it’s original D-Day configuration.
This week, being the anniversary of D-day, Commemorative Air Force supporters once again showed their commitment to our mission and supported the C-47 That’s All, Brother. Raising much needed funds that will go directly to continue the That’s All, Brother restoration.
We’ve continued to post updates on this project as progress is made.
Because so many of you have supported this effort we are one step closer to getting That’s All, Brother fully restored and flying to Normandy for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Invasion in 2019.
Again, thank you for being part of ensuring historic aircraft like That’s All, Brother, will once again be able to take to the skies. If you have not yet had a chance to support That’s All, Brother, it’s not too late to donate. You can see the latest restoration updates and support this project anytime at ThatsAllBrother.org