PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- A unique part of aviation history is on display, every day, at South Mountain High School in Phoenix.
One of the magnet programs at South Mountain High is aviation and aerospace education. It's a program that gives students the opportunity to get their private pilot's license. For inspiration, the school recently moved a vintage World War II bomber - a Douglas A-26 Invader - to the front lawn.
VIDEO: Ken Gulliford, the school's head of the aerospace program, has the details in the week's edition of the Drone Zone.