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World War II-era fighters and a bomber will fly at Edwards Air Force Base's two-day open house along with a stealthy supersonic F/A-22 Raptor, a remote-controlled Predator spy plane, and a tilt-rotor CV-22 Osprey that takes off like a helicopter but flies like an airplane.
The aircraft were required to take off within 200 feet, fly at least one 360-degree turn, and land intact within 400 feet.