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X-1-3 Being Mated To EB-50A Superfortress

X-1-3 Being Mated To EB-50A Superfortress

Airplanes. Boeing B-50 Superfortress

Airplanes. Boeing B-50 Superfortress

Boeing B–29 Superfortress at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory

Boeing B–29 Superfortress at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory

B-29 Superfortress Engine in the Altitude Wind Tunnel

B-29 Superfortress Engine in the Altitude Wind Tunnel

Boeing B-29 Superfortress at the Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory

Boeing B-29 Superfortress at the Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory

B-29 Superfortress with Ramjet Missile

B-29 Superfortress with Ramjet Missile

D-558-2 being mounted to P2B-1S launch aircraft in hangar

D-558-2 being mounted to P2B-1S launch aircraft in hangar

The crew in the cockpit of a B-52H Superfortress aircraft fly toward Darwin, Australia, where they will participate in Glad Customer '82 exercises

The crew in the cockpit of a B-52H Superfortress aircraft fly toward Darwin, Australia, where they will participate in Glad Customer '82 exercises

The crew in the cockpit of a B-52H Superfortress aircraft fly toward Darwin, Australia, where they will participate in Glad Customer '82 exercises

The crew in the cockpit of a B-52H Superfortress aircraft fly toward Darwin, Australia, where they will participate in Glad Customer '82 exercises

An air-to-air left side view of the XNB-36H bomber aircraft and a B-29 Superfortress chase plane during research and development taking place at the Convair Plant. The XNB-36H carries an on board nuclear reactor to test radiation for crew and aircraft

An air-to-air left side view of the XNB-36H bomber aircraft and a B-29 Superfortress chase plane during research and development taking place at the Convair Plant. The XNB-36H carries an on board nuclear reactor to test radiation for crew and aircraft

Retired US Air Force (USAF) Brigadier General (BGEN) Paul W. Tibbets (right) signs copies of the original orders, that sent him and his crew of the B-29 Superfortress, the Enola Gay, into the skies over Japan to drop the first atomic bomb during World War II, for US Army (USA) Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Robert Faulk, Joint STAFF, at the Pentagon. BGEN Tibbetts is visiting the Pentagon to autograph copies of his book "The Return of the Enola Gay." BGEN Tibbets spent several days in the Washington, D.C., area attending events leading up to the December 17th Centennial of Flight celebration

Retired US Air Force (USAF) Brigadier General (BGEN) Paul W. Tibbets (right) signs copies of the original orders, that sent him and his crew of the B-29 Superfortress, the Enola Gay, into the skies over Japan to drop the first atomic bomb during World War II, for US Army (USA) Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Robert Faulk, Joint STAFF, at the Pentagon. BGEN Tibbetts is visiting the Pentagon to autograph copies of his book "The Return of the Enola Gay." BGEN Tibbets spent several days in the Washington, D.C., area attending events leading up to the December 17th Centennial of Flight celebration

Retired US Air Force (USAF) Brigadier General (BGEN) Paul W. Tibbets talks about his experience flying the B-29 Superfortress, the Enola Gay, that delivered the first atomic bomb during World War II. BGEN Tibbets spoke to a gathering prior to autographing copies of his book "The Return of the Enola Gay," at a book-signing event in the Pentagon Concourse

Retired US Air Force (USAF) Brigadier General (BGEN) Paul W. Tibbets talks about his experience flying the B-29 Superfortress, the Enola Gay, that delivered the first atomic bomb during World War II. BGEN Tibbets spoke to a gathering prior to autographing copies of his book "The Return of the Enola Gay," at a book-signing event in the Pentagon Concourse

US Air Force (USAF) General (GEN) Hal Hornburg, Commander, Air Combat Command (ACC), dedicates a one-eighth-scale model of a USAF B-52H Superfortress bomber to those who support the mission of Barksdale Air Force Base (AFB), Louisiana (LA). The aircraft's tail number ends in 008, in honor of the 8th Air Force (AF) Headquarters (HQ) at Barksdale. The model is 20 feet long with a 23-foot wingspan. The Boeing Corporation, which designed and built the B-52 bomber, donated the model

US Air Force (USAF) General (GEN) Hal Hornburg, Commander, Air Combat Command (ACC), dedicates a one-eighth-scale model of a USAF B-52H Superfortress bomber to those who support the mission of Barksdale Air Force Base (AFB), Louisiana (LA). The aircraft's tail number ends in 008, in honor of the 8th Air Force (AF) Headquarters (HQ) at Barksdale. The model is 20 feet long with a 23-foot wingspan. The Boeing Corporation, which designed and built the B-52 bomber, donated the model

U.S. Air Force AIRMAN 1ST Class Lee Powell, 96th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 2nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Barksdale Air Force Base, La., performs some much needed restoration to a U.S. Army Air Force B-29 Superfortress bomber by participating in the"Adopt a Plane Program"at the 8th Air Force Museum at Barksdale Air Force Base, La, on Sept. 2, 2004. (U.S. Air Force photo by AIRMAN First Class Trina R Flannagan) (Released)

U.S. Air Force AIRMAN 1ST Class Lee Powell, 96th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 2nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Barksdale Air Force Base, La., performs some much needed restoration to a U.S. Army Air Force B-29 Superfortress bomber by participating in the"Adopt a Plane Program"at the 8th Air Force Museum at Barksdale Air Force Base, La, on Sept. 2, 2004.   (U.S. Air Force photo by AIRMAN First Class Trina R Flannagan) (Released)