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story.lead_photo.caption A Sopwith Camel (foreground), one of only seven left in the world, sits Tuesday in the closed Aerospace Education Center in Little Rock, along with a Command-Aire made in Little Rock about 1929. - Photo by Rick McFarland

The demise this year of Little Rock’s Aerospace Education Center also closed a chapter for a pair of rare old airplanes that are now headed into the wide blue yonder.

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Front Section, Pages 1 on 03/16/2011

Print Headline: HISTORY TAKES FLIGHT Vintage aircraft sold to pay center’s bills

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