Warbirds In Review: Douglas A-26A Invader

During the Vietnam War, the U.S. sent updated World War II Bombers to hit Laos. The missions were so sensitive that some records are still classified. Originally called the A-26, (designated B-26 between 1948 and 1965) the planes had attacked German and Japanese forces during World War II, bombed North Korean and Chinese formations during the Korean War, and become a sometimes infamous symbol of covert actions in the early stages of the Cold War.  A host of veterans take part in this presentation. Vintage Flying Museum's A-26A "Special Kay" and Jed Doggett's Invaders are featured.