November 10, 2013
This picture of the air tower that once stood at the Albany Airport, now known as the Southwest Georgia Regional Airport, is part of a display honoring British Royal Air Force cadets who trained to be pilots in Albany during World War II, located in airport's newly built terminal. The beacon and part of the tower are still in use at the airport today. (Staff Photo: Brad McEwen)
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A display honoring RAF cadets who trained in Albany moves into new airport terminal
A display memorializing cadets from the British Royal Air Force, that trained in Albany during World War II has an expanded home, front and center in the Southwest Georgia Regional Airport’s new terminal.