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  • “Rosie the Riveter” Marjorie Arnold revisits her past with a visit to a B-17 bomber

    During World War II Marjorie Arnold helped construct B-17s in Fresno. On a visit last year to Castle Air Museum in Atwater, California, she got to view a Flying Fortress and reminisced about working on the bomber.

“Rosie the Riveter” Marjorie Arnold revisits her past with a visit to a B-17 bomber

During World War II Marjorie Arnold helped construct B-17s in Fresno. On a visit last year to Castle Air Museum in Atwater, California, she got to view a Flying Fortress and reminisced about working on the bomber.
John Walker jwalker@fresnobee.com