Willow Run is the legendary B-24 bomber plant near Ypsilanti, Michigan, which was a focal point of the Arsenal of Democracy during WWII. The Yankee Air Museum is proud to present this documentary, produced by Stone Bridge Productions, to preserve the memory of those heroic women and men - workers, visionaries, and innovators - who served there at the Home Front from early in 1941 until the war ended in 1945. By the end of those four years Willow Run delivered 8,685 B-24 "Liberator" Bombers to the Allied forces and the war effort. This documentary will tell the intriguing story of the plant's inception, design, building, staffing - recalling both successes and failures along the way. Even against great odds, Willow Run achieved Charles Sorenson's audacious goal of building a bomber per hour, and became an epicenter of the production miracle that led to the defeat of Nazi Germany.