BROOMFIELD, Colo. (CBS4) – Several vintage war crafts took to the skies above Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport on Sunday for the Rocky Mountain Airshow.
Replicas of planes used during World War II and the Korean War were among those showcased.
Those who attended said it’s an important part of history, especially to pass down to younger generations.
“The history of the past of this country and lot of people put forth a lot of lives and effort to make it the land of free and home of the brave,” spectator Jack Shelly said.
The Rocky Mountain Air Show is one of the largest shows of its kind in the country.