Ageless Aviation for World War II veterans: 'We're a little older now'

ALBANY, Ore. - For Vernon "Bill" Wiley, it had been about 70 years since he had been behind the joystick of a biplane.

"Well, it's a little different," the World War II veteran said. "We're a little older now."

"It's great to see them get a spring in their step," pilot Mike Winterboer said. "I can see them in the mirror flying around, the grins just getting bigger."

The flights were put on by the Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation.