World War II Alaska-Siberia Lend Lease Airway 1942-1945 Russia, Canada and USA: Allies in War Time

In 2015, to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, the BRAVO 369 team embarks on a harrowing re-creation flight of the Alaska-Siberia air route (ALSIB). This 6,000 mile long virtually unknown dangerous airway was part of the massive Lend-Lease Program.

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  1. On July 21, 2015 during the stop in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada the BRAVO 369 team met with the Russian Honourary Consul in Edmonton Sergey Timoschenko.
  2. BRAVO369 and it's sponsors are flying the original ALSIB route from Great Falls, Montana through Siberia to Moscow in historic, vintage WWII aircraft. The culmination of this massive undertaking, made possible through the cooperation of the U.S., Canada, and Russia, will become a documentary, Warplanes to Siberia, bringing history alive by showcasing the personal stories from 70 years ago and following the modern-day pilots, both American and Russian, to fly this route since World War II.
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