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Fifty-seven years ago this month, the USAF/Boeing B-29 Superfortress strategic bomber was officially retired from the active inventory of the United States Air Force. The famed World War II-era aircraft had a service life of less than a dozen years.
Hard to believe I was a Crew Chief on one of those old birds in 1953. We then switched to B-47s. Hunter AFB Savannah Ga.
375th Bomb Sqdn, 308th Bomb Wing.
Can we still see some of these at museums? How about Boeing Field?
I think there is one still flying. Check out YouTube and do a search. There
is a group that did a restoration with up graded engines. Maurice
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