Air Force will NOT remove pin up

The United States Air Force (UASF) has decided not to remove pin ups from it’s historical aircraft. The Air Force issued a wide directive to find and remove inappropriate pictures, objects or other materials from work spaces and gathering sport. But the Air Force Museum will not do this.
Air Force Commander, Col. Cassie Barlow, commander of the 88th Air Base Wing said “I think the tradition and history at the Air Force museum is just that, That’s our history. We’re not going to go back and change those things because that’s part of our history and that’s an important part of our organization. I think the museum will keep the displays that they have just as they are.”
The museum’s collection has several aircraft with nose art of pin-up models. Some of these aircraft are a B-24D Liberator and the famous B-17 Memphis Bell.


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