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Thumbs up: To the "Wings of Freedom" tour that brought an authentic World War II B-17 Flying Fortress and a B-24 Liberator to the Hollister Municipal Airport this week. Residents were able to hop in the cockpits, target the machine guns and inspect the equipment that the World War II generation used to beat back the Nazi threat. That generation, which did so much for our country and the world, is fading quickly into the history books, and the planes were a fitting tribute to their achievements during Veterans Memorial Month.