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XB-29 prototype aircraft 41-002, the first B-29 aircraft made, circa 1942Head on view of a B-29 Superfortress, date and location unknown.Olive-drab painted B-29 bombers, late 1943Superfortress bomber in flight, late 1943
XB-29 prototype aircraft 41-002, the first B-29 aircraft made, circa 1942Head on view of a B-29 Superfortress, date and location unknown.Olive-drab painted B-29 bombers, late 1943Superfortress bomber in flight, late 1943
Interior of the rear pressurized cabin of a B-29 bomber, Jun 1944B-24J Liberator bombers, C-47 Skytrain transports, and B-29 Superfortress bombers at Kagman Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 1944An aircraft maintenance crewman with the 497th Bomb Group at Isley Field on Saipan, Mariana Islands securing a propeller for a B-29 Superfortress to a service trailer, late 1944. Note B-29 “Lucky Lynn” beyond.B-17 Flying Fortress bomber and B-29 Superfortress bomber in flight together during a test conducted by Boeing, circa late 1944, photo 1 of 3
Interior of the rear pressurized cabin of a B-29 bomber, Jun 1944B-24J Liberator bombers, C-47 Skytrain transports, and B-29 Superfortress bombers at Kagman Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 1944An aircraft maintenance crewman with the 497th Bomb Group at Isley Field on Saipan, Mariana Islands securing a propeller for a B-29 Superfortress to a service trailer, late 1944. Note B-29 “Lucky Lynn” beyond.B-17 Flying Fortress bomber and B-29 Superfortress bomber in flight together during a test conducted by Boeing, circa late 1944, photo 1 of 3
B-17 Flying Fortress bomber and B-29 Superfortress bomber in flight together during a test conducted by Boeing, circa late 1944, photo 2 of 3B-17 Flying Fortress bomber and B-29 Superfortress bomber in flight together during a test conducted by Boeing, circa late 1944, photo 3 of 3Official Boeing photograph comparing the B-17 Flying Fortress bomber and its successor B-29 Superfortress bomber, circa late 1944B-29 Superfortress “Tokyo Local” 882nd Bomb Squadron taking off from Isley Field, Saipan, Sep-Nov1944.
B-17 Flying Fortress bomber and B-29 Superfortress bomber in flight together during a test conducted by Boeing, circa late 1944, photo 2 of 3B-17 Flying Fortress bomber and B-29 Superfortress bomber in flight together during a test conducted by Boeing, circa late 1944, photo 3 of 3Official Boeing photograph comparing the B-17 Flying Fortress bomber and its successor B-29 Superfortress bomber, circa late 1944B-29 Superfortress “Tokyo Local” 882nd Bomb Squadron taking off from Isley Field, Saipan, Sep-Nov1944.
B-29 Superfortress taking off from Saipan, Dec 1944.A formation B-29 Superfortress bombers in flight toward Japan, 1945Air crew preparing a B-29 Superfortress bomber for a mission, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 1944-1945; note another B-29 in flight overheadArming a B-29 Superfortress bomber, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 1945
B-29 Superfortress taking off from Saipan, Dec 1944.A formation B-29 Superfortress bombers in flight toward Japan, 1945Air crew preparing a B-29 Superfortress bomber for a mission, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 1944-1945; note another B-29 in flight overheadArming a B-29 Superfortress bomber, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 1945
B-29 bomber attacking Japanese-controlled industrial targets in China, possibly Anshan Ironworks or Showa Steelworks in Liaoning Province, China, date unknownB-29 bomber attacking Japanese-controlled industrial targets in China, possibly Anshan Ironworks or Showa Steelworks in Liaoning Province, China, date unknownB-29 bomber of Army Air Field Training Command B-29 Transition School at Maxwell Field flying over the Alabama River in training, Aug 1943-Jan 1947B-29 lost its prop in flight which carved hole in fuselage. Pilot made emergency landing and collided with parked aircraft causing further damage to nose and top turret. Date and location unknown. Photo 1 of 2.
B-29 bomber attacking Japanese-controlled industrial targets in China, possibly Anshan Ironworks or Showa Steelworks in Liaoning Province, China, date unknownB-29 bomber attacking Japanese-controlled industrial targets in China, possibly Anshan Ironworks or Showa Steelworks in Liaoning Province, China, date unknownB-29 bomber of Army Air Field Training Command B-29 Transition School at Maxwell Field flying over the Alabama River in training, Aug 1943-Jan 1947B-29 lost its prop in flight which carved hole in fuselage. Pilot made emergency landing and collided with parked aircraft causing further damage to nose and top turret. Date and location unknown. Photo 1 of 2.

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