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.