A crewman removes the tail section of Pacific Prowler, a B-25 with a long history of air-to-air missions. This plane, (when it was owned by the Tallmantz Company back in the sixties and seventies), has been a bit hard on photographers. Twice the plane has gone up with more photographers than it came down with. Two guys have fallen out the back while filming! Nowadays, anyone who rides in the tail gets strapped to the fuselage. Eventually photographers learn stuff. Still, it was a bit spooky knowing that. So, what would it be like to be right there, with nothing but air between you and the cornfields below? No parachutes on this junket.