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The CAF (Commemorative Air Force) flew into Clarksville Regional Airport Monday with a vintage Douglas C-47 aircraft. This plane was the one to take paratroopers with the 101st Airborne Division into France on June 6, 1944, for the D-Day invasion.

The C-47 is affectionately called “That’s All Brother” and led the main airborne invasion. It was the first of the C-47s on D-Day, crossing the English channel and carrying over 13,000 paratroopers.

To get an experience on this aircraft it’ll cost you $295 per person. Pretty low fee to experience a bit of history. To book a tour or to learn more, you can visit: