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In April this year, the Flagship journeyed to Tulsa, Oklahoma to visit the American Airlines Maintenance Base in order to get a bit of a rejuvenation - somewhat like a “Spa” treatment. Under the watchful eye of Crew Chief Jim Gentry, a team of talented and dedicated fans of Flagship Detroit went to work cleaning, repairing, polishing, and just generally caring for the old girl. Here you can see some photos of the people hard at work - and some of the results of their efforts. 
It has been a very long time since the Flagship looked this good and was as mechanically sound as she is today.
Our hats are off to entire Tulsa crew for all they have accomplished, and for demonstrating how much they care about this legacy icon of the American Airlines fleet!
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                                                  Photos courtesy of Byron Totty