The Seattle Museum of Flight is privileged to have in it’s care, two famous world War II airplanes; a B-17 and a B-29. This website recognizes the volunteers who have spent thousands of hours restoring them to their original condition. The B-17 is called the “Boeing Bee” and the B-29 is called “T-Square 54″. Also remembered are the crews who flew them, those who maintained them, and those who built them. Included are their technical descriptions, the histories of both airplanes, the in-depth details explaining the restoration projects, pictures of the restoration, and the names of those who restored them. The site is divided into two large segments, one for each plane as well as a media section filled with photos and videos.