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World War I Planes Still Flying 95 Years Later
Of the 55,000 planes that were manufactured by Britain's Royal Army Corps during World War I, only 20 remain in airworthy condition.
Shuttleworth Collection pilot Rodger 'Dodge' Bailey, takes off in the SE5a for demonstration flight. The rare biplane saw action in France with 84 Squadron the day before Armistice, November 10, 1918.Dan Kitwood / Getty Images