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Dropping Bombs

Superfortress dropping bombs during war Korean War North Korea 1951 Canvas Art - x

B-29 Superfortress dropping bombs - my dad could be in this picture somewhere. He was Z 21

Superfortress dropping bombs :: Today, we buried one of her biggest fans, Bombarder Howard Post aka my grandpa. Taps busted my heart wide open.

Bombers B-24 "Liberator» (Consolidated B-24 Liberator) 446 th Bomb Group U.S. dropped bombs on the French city of Tours.

Bombers “liberator” (Consolidated Liberator) American bomber group dropped bombs on French city of Tours.

So much payload!

Stealth "Carpet Bombing" - I do not like war but am so proud of our military and awestruck by what the USA is capable of!

b29 bombs

Here's a walk-through of a B-29 Superfortress

Bombs The saw military service again in Korea from 1950 to battling new adversaries: jet fighters and electronic weapons.

Handley Page Halifax in flight (1943)

Handley Page Halifax, Though gradually superceded by the Avro Lancaster, which had a heavier bomb load, it remained in RAF Bomber Command service till the end of and was well liked by its crews - not least because it was easier to exit if hit.

Boeing B-29 Superfortress via Aero-Pictures.More Airplanes here.

Not a very common view of a Superfortress!my favorite of the WWII bombers.

B-29 Superfortress bombers of US 73rd Bomb Wing flying near Mount Fuji, Japan, 1945

[Photo] B-29 Superfortress bombers of US 73rd Bomb Wing flying near Mount Fuji, Japan, 1945

A formation of Boeing Superfortresses of the Bomb Wing fly over Mt. Fuji, Japan in 1945

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