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Boeing B-29 Superfortress         
  • B-29 of the [[16th Bombardment Group]] during World War II in 1944
  • Gunner sighting station blister
  • Radius of operations for B-29 bases
  • Memorial at the [[Alaska Veterans Memorial]] to the victims in a B-29 crash in the [[Talkeetna Mountains]] in 1957
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  • 307th Bomb Group]] B-29 bombing a target in Korea, c. 1951
  • B-29A-30-BN, ''42-94106'', on a long-range mission
  • B-29 Weapons Bay with General-Purpose AN-M64 TNT 500 LB bombs
  • Tail armament, B-29 Superfortress, Hill Aerospace Museum
  • B-29 'It's Hawg wild' at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford
  • [[Bell X-1]] and its B-29 mother ship
  • ''Bockscar'' and a post war Mk III nuclear weapon painted to resemble the Fat Man bomb
  • Boeing assembly line at [[Wichita, Kansas]] (1944)
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  • Royal Air Force Washington B.1 of [[No. 90 Squadron RAF]] based at [[RAF Marham]]
  • Flight engineer's station of ''[[Bockscar]]''
  • Boeing B-29 Superfortress
  • adj=on}} wing span of a Boeing B-29 Superfortress based at [[Davis-Monthan Field]] is vividly illustrated here with the cloud-topped [[Santa Catalina Mountains]] as a contrasting background.
  • WB-29A of the 53d Weather Reconnaissance Squadron in 1954 showing the fuselage-top observation station
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  • Wichita]] plant in February 1945
  • Interior photo of the rear pressurized cabin of the B-29 Superfortress, June 1944
  • YB-29 Superfortresses in flight
  • Monino]] museum
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The Boeing B-29 Superfortress is an American four-engined propeller-driven heavy bomber, designed by Boeing and flown primarily by the United States during World War II and the Korean War. Named in allusion to its predecessor, the B-17 Flying Fortress, the Superfortress was designed for high-altitude strategic bombing, but also excelled in low-altitude night incendiary bombing, and in dropping naval mines to blockade Japan.
Boeing B-50 Superfortress         
  • B-50 being used in the [[Bell X-1]] test program.
  • R-4360 radial engine]] on the latter.
  • 3-view line drawing of the Boeing B-50A Superfortress
  • Boeing B-50D of 43d Bombardment Wing 15th Air Force while on detachment to England in May 1953
  • B-50D-90-BO (''48-086'') with R-4360 engine differences visible
  • EB-50B with track-tread undercarriage
  • Boeing KB-50J (''48-0088'') in flight
  • Boeing WB-50D of the 53d Weather Reconnaissance Squadron based at [[RAF Burtonwood]], England
  • WB-50D, the ''Flight of the Phoenix'', on display at [[Castle Air Museum]] in [[Atwater, California]].
  • North American FJ-4B Fury]] from [[VMA-214]].
  • WB-50D used for weather reconnaissance on display at the [[National Museum of the United States Air Force]]
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The Boeing B-50 Superfortress is an American strategic bomber. A post–World War II revision of the Boeing B-29 Superfortress, it was fitted with more powerful Pratt & Whitney R-4360 radial engines, stronger structure, a taller tail fin, and other improvements.
Boeing XB-39 Superfortress         
  • General Motors modified B-29 to use Allison V-3420 engines
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The Boeing XB-39 Superfortress was a United States prototype bomber aircraft, a single example of the B-29 Superfortress converted to fly with alternative powerplants. It was intended to demonstrate that the B-29 could still be put into service even if the first choice of engine, the air-cooled Wright R-3350 radial engine, ran into development or production difficulties.