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Detailing shop owner chosen for historic Air Force One work

Josh Buckler, owner of Shine Right Detailing in Huntingtown, works on a historic aircraft in 2018 as part of the Air Force One detailing team at Seattle's Museum of Flight. (Josh Buckler submitted photo)

Josh Buckler, owner of Shine Right Detailing in Huntingtown, works on a historic aircraft in 2018 as part of the Air Force One detailing team at Seattle’s Museum of Flight. (Josh Buckler submitted photo)

The owner of an auto detailing shop in Calvert County has been chosen to participate in a team working on historic aircraft at Seattle’s Museum of Flight.

Josh Buckler, owner of Shine Right Detailing in Huntingtown and a Prince George’s County firefighter, was one of 55 volunteers chosen for the museum’s 2019 Air Force One detailing team, which is scheduled to work from July 7 to 14 on the original Air Force One, used by presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon. The team is also scheduled to work on a B-29 bomber, a B-52G bomber and other aircraft.

This is Buckler’s second year being chosen for the team. He was also chosen last year.


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