Dispute Over Ownership of a WWII Fighter Heading to Court

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

A dispute between the Commemorative Air Force and the United States Air Force Museum is going to court.

It's all over an F-18 Twin Mustang, a unique twin engine WWII/Korean War fighter.

The CAF says it owns the plane and has the documentation to prove it, but the US Air Force Museum says otherwise.

A U.S. District Court in Ohio ruled against the CAF back in July.

CAF President Stephan Brown says they plan to appeal the ruling.