Author Cory Graff talks about "P-51 Mustang: Seventy-Five Years of America's Most Famous Warbird"

SEATTLE, Nov. 24, 2015--On Dec. 5 at 2 p.m., Flying Heritage Collection Military Aviation Curator, Cory Graff, will discuss his new book, "P-51 Mustang: Seventy-five Years of America's Most Famous Warbird." Graff examines the whole story of this plane-from its swift creation and triumphs during World War II to its legacy as an American symbol. Following the talk, Cory will be available to sign copies of his book, which is for sale in the Museum store. The program is free with Museum admission, the book signing activity is free for all.

Image: P-51. The Museum of Flight.
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