Powder restores a record-breaking aircraft and honors a veteran's vision
History often reduces humanity's hopes, endeavors, and struggles to lists of dates and corresponding locales. Sometimes, however, history's hold takes a tighter grip, refusing to be discarded, scrapped, and forgotten.
Theodore Angelhof knew the importance of preserving the past, because he partook in the unforgettable. A decorated World War II US Army veteran [two Purple Hearts], Angelhof was a gun commander and back-up pilot on the B-29, Forever Ember, that escorted the Enola Gay on the Hiroshima bombing mission on Aug. 6, 1945.