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August 27, 2013 at 6:36 PM

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A day with history aboard a DC-3


JOHN LOK / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Reen Doser, background, hugs her husband, Don Doser, after she finished a flight aboard a 1944 Douglas DC-3 airplane on a special flight from Everett to Seattle and back on Tuesday. Reen Doser's father, a DC-3 pilot, met her mother on a DC-3 flight from Chicago.

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Pilot John Sessions, left, and co-pilot Eugene Vezzetti, fly a 1944 Douglas DC-3 during a trip that began from the Historic Flight Foundation.

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Trenton Slocum, 11, of Edmonds, smiles for a picture being taken by his family after landing aboard a 1944 Douglas DC-3 airplane at the Historic Flight Foundation. Slocum wrote one of the winning essays that got him a chance to ride in the historic aircraft.

JOHN LOK / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Co-pilot Eugene Vezzetti, center, chats with passengers Stitch Mitchell, right, and Chuck Maylin aboard the 1944 Douglas DC-3 airplane during a special flight for a select group of winners. It flies again Saturday at Paine Field.

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