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12th Man flag flies at Future of Flight

  • Paine Field employees Rod Anderson (left) and Kyle Truax (right) install an enormous 12th Man flag inside the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boein...

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    Paine Field employees Rod Anderson (left) and Kyle Truax (right) install an enormous 12th Man flag inside the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour on Wednesday morning in Everett. The flag is on loan from Seattle's CenturyLink Field where the Seattle Seahawks play. The aviation center and tour is offering tickets for $12 for visitors who wear Seahawks gear.

  • Paine Field employees (L to R) Randy VanBeek, Rod Anderson, Kyle Truax and Eric Vestey install an enormous 12th Man flag inside the Future of Flight A...

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    Paine Field employees (L to R) Randy VanBeek, Rod Anderson, Kyle Truax and Eric Vestey install an enormous 12th Man flag inside the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour Wednesday morning in Everett. The flag, on loan from CenturyLink Field, will hang in the center which is offering $12 tickets for visitors wearing Seahawks gear.

  • Paine Field employees Rod Anderson (left) and Kyle Truax (right) install an enormous 12th Man flag inside the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boein...

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    Paine Field employees Rod Anderson (left) and Kyle Truax (right) install an enormous 12th Man flag inside the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour Wednesday morning in Everett. The flag, on loan from CenturyLink Field, will hang in the center which is offering $12 tickets for visitors wearing Seahawks gear.

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  • Paine Field employees Rod Anderson (left) and Kyle Truax (right) install an enormous 12th Man flag inside the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boein...

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    Paine Field employees Rod Anderson (left) and Kyle Truax (right) install an enormous 12th Man flag inside the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour on Wednesday morning in Everett. The flag is on loan from Seattle's CenturyLink Field where the Seattle Seahawks play. The aviation center and tour is offering tickets for $12 for visitors who wear Seahawks gear.

  • Paine Field employees (L to R) Randy VanBeek, Rod Anderson, Kyle Truax and Eric Vestey install an enormous 12th Man flag inside the Future of Flight A...

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    Paine Field employees (L to R) Randy VanBeek, Rod Anderson, Kyle Truax and Eric Vestey install an enormous 12th Man flag inside the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour Wednesday morning in Everett. The flag, on loan from CenturyLink Field, will hang in the center which is offering $12 tickets for visitors wearing Seahawks gear.

  • Paine Field employees Rod Anderson (left) and Kyle Truax (right) install an enormous 12th Man flag inside the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boein...

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    Paine Field employees Rod Anderson (left) and Kyle Truax (right) install an enormous 12th Man flag inside the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour Wednesday morning in Everett. The flag, on loan from CenturyLink Field, will hang in the center which is offering $12 tickets for visitors wearing Seahawks gear.

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