B-17 Flying Fortress: The Symbol of Second World War Air Power
Rare vignettes and little-known facts punctuate this fond look back at the symbol of American victory in World War II Europe. Features 150 black and white photos, including some that have never been seen before--until now. Gorgeous 8-page color photo insert complements eye-opening details about the people, the missions, the production, and the development of the B-17.
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The Air Corps and Strategic Bombardment
Evolution of the Flying Fortress
Bombs Away The Flying Fortress Goes to War
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15th Air Force 390th Bomb Group 50-caliber machine gun 92d Bomb Group aerial Air Force B-17s Air Force History aircraft airfields airplane Allied altitude American ammunition Army Air Forces ASSY attack Aviation Aviation Album B-17 Flying Fortress B-24 Liberator ball turret Boeing Field Boeing Field Service Bolero bomb bay Bomb Group B-17 Brown/USAFA camera cheek gun cockpit commander crews Curtis LeMay damage Dick Bowman drone Eighth Air Force engine England escort fighters Europe fire fire bomber flak flew flight formation fuselage G-model German fighters gun emplacement gun mount gunners heavy bombers Ibid Japanese Jerry Cole Jerry Cole collection Johnsen June landing later LeMay long-range Luftwaffe Model Museum operated Pathfinder photographed pilot plane Plexiglas production radio room Robert Mueller Roy Test SDAM Seattle sorties Sperry strategic bombardment submarine tail gun tanker target U.S. Army U.S. Army Air waist gun waist windows wartime Washington weight wing