James Idle, 17, of Granite Bay, looks into the cockpit of a fighter jet during Open Cockpit Day at Castle Air Museum in Atwater, Calif., Sunday (08-31-14). “It’s pretty nice to actually see inside,” Idle said. The museum is home to over 60 vintage aircraft, 35 of which were open for public viewing during the event.
James Idle, 17, of Granite Bay, looks into the cockpit of a fighter jet during Open Cockpit Day at Castle Air Museum in Atwater, Calif., Sunday (08-31-14). “It’s pretty nice to actually see inside,” Idle said. The museum is home to over 60 vintage aircraft, 35 of which were open for public viewing during the event. akuhn@mercedsunstar.com
James Idle, 17, of Granite Bay, looks into the cockpit of a fighter jet during Open Cockpit Day at Castle Air Museum in Atwater, Calif., Sunday (08-31-14). “It’s pretty nice to actually see inside,” Idle said. The museum is home to over 60 vintage aircraft, 35 of which were open for public viewing during the event. akuhn@mercedsunstar.com

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August 31, 2014 08:16 PM

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