World War II-era poster (Gieson, artist) features a flight crew as they cross tha tarmac, accompanied by the text 'The men who fly 'em say: 'We've got the Axis' number now
B-29!'' early to mid 1940s.
September 21, 2017 Licence
A Boeing B-29 Superfortress casts a shadow on the ground some 800 feet below, during RAF manoeuvres over Germany. Original Publication: Picture Post - 6564 - RAF Manoeuvres Over Germany - unpub.
US Air Force B-29 Superfortresses dropping bombs on a strategic target during the Korean War.
Crew of the Enola Gay, the infamous B-29 plane from which the first atom bomb was dropped. (Left to right) Major Thomas W. Ferebee, Col. Paul W. Tibbetts Jr., Major Theodore J. Van Kirk, Capt. Kermit Beahan, Capt. Robert Lewis, Sergt....More
View of the radioactive plume from the bomb dropped on Nagasaki City, as seen from 9.6 km away, in Koyagi-jima, Japan, August 9, 1945. The US B-29 superfortress Bockscar dropped the atomic bomb nicknamed 'Fat Man,' which detonated...More
August 09, 2005 Licence
Colonel Paul Tibbets Jr, the pilot of the B-29 bomber 'Enola Gay', which dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima waves from the cockpit before takeoff.
January 10, 2008 Licence
An aerial view of the devastation after repeated incendiary bomb attacks on the city of Tokyo by American B-29 bombers since November 1944.
US Marine Randall Sprenger putting the finishing touches on 'Little Gem', a pinup mascot adorning a B-29 fuselage.
Two U.S. soldiers watching the takeoff of a B-29 bomber from the air base at Saipan, destination Tokyo. Saipan, 23rd November 1944
The nose sections of American B.29 Superfortress bombers under construction at the Boeing plant in Wichita, Kansas, October 1944. The aircraft were later used to drop the atomic bombs, which destroyed the Japanese cities of Hiroshima...More