WWII fighter planes swoop to perfect landings in White Plains

Three WWII bombers touched down at Westchester County Airport Monday, bringing a little history to life.The planes, including a B-24 Liberator Bomber called ?Witchcraft? and a B-17 Flying Fortress 909, dropped bombs in the Pacific during WWII. Volunteer and Vietnam Veteran John Purdy travels the country flying the planes, touching down to give the public a peak at history. Some of the veterans who come to see the planes are the same men who flew them. Many of the former pilots are now in their 90s.During WWII more than 18,000 B-24s were manufactured, but the one Purdy flies is the only model left. The planes will remain at the airport for the next few days. The pilots say they?ll be available for viewing, and maybe for flying, on Tuesday and Wednesday.