Volunteers are refurbishing the sole prototype of Lockheed's stretched C-141B transport at the Marietta Museum of History's Aviation Wing in Marietta, Ga., former Lockheed employee and restoration volunteer Bill Paden told the Daily Report, March 15, 2011. Designated YC-141B, the aircraft first flew in March 1977. It languished for many years in Lockheed Martin's boneyard, stripped of its wings and pilfered for parts. At left, YC-141B shown in early March 2011 as workers were reattaching its left wing. Shown right, the aircraft in its glory in 1979.Marietta Museum of History's Aviation Wing photo and Air Force photo
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