Boeing B-29 Superfortress
The B-29 Superfortress, a four-engine heavy bomber propeller aircraft from Boeing, which was designed primarily controlled by the Forces of the United States of air in the Second World War and the end of the Korean War. The B-29 of the largest aircraft-service during the Second World War was in sight. A suicide bomber made significant progress during this period, they include features such as a pressurized cabin, an electronic fire control and remote-controlled machine gun turrets. The name “Superfortress” was that of his famous predecessor, the B-17 Flying Fortress derivatives. Although the Boeing B-29 was designed as a bomber at high altitude during the day, in practice it actually flew more low-level night raids incendiary.It was the aircraft‘s main U.S. bombing campaign against the Empire of Japan in the last months of World War II, and conducted the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which are destroyed. Unlike many other World War II-era bomber, the B-29 remained in service long after the end of the war, with a couple even hired a television station to steal the company vision Strato.
The B-29 served in various roles in the 1950s. The British Royal Air Force flew the B-29 and used the name for the way Washington and the Soviet Union, produced as an unauthorized copy of the Tupolev Tu-4. Was B-29 of the ancestor of a series of Boeing built bombers, transports, tankers, scouts and coaches and the B-50 Superfortress (the first flight around the world non-stop), which is essentially a new engine Boeing B-29. The species was finally built in the 1960s to the early retirement, with all the planes in 3970. As dozens of B-29s are still considered as static displays, only one survives to active flight.
The transfer of the B-29 was derived from the C-97, first flight in 1944, followed by its variant Boeing Commercial Airplanes Model 377 Strato Cruiser in 1947. This derivative of bombers to aircraft was similar to the 307 B-17/Model evolution. The tank version of the B-29 was introduced in 1948 as KB-29, followed by the model 377-KC-97 derivative introduced in 1950. Later models of jet-powered Boeing conducted to develop the line, including the B-47 Stratojet and B-52 Stratofortress bomber and the “Dash 80”, from which the modern airliners. A line of heavily modified versions of the oversized cargo Cruiser B-29-derived Strato is the GuppY / Mini / Super Guppy, still in use today, with operators such as NASA. Buy Flight Simulator