Download Boeing B-29 Superfortress - Warbird Tech Vol. 14 by Peter M. Bowers PDF

By Peter M. Bowers

The WarbirdTech sequence is the 1st new, leading edge examine army airplane to reach available to buy within the final fifteen years. person volumes during this sequence offer a first-ever «laymans technical» research and assessment of the worlds most enjoyable wrestle airplane. incorporated are photographs, drawings and excerpts from formerly «secret» and «restricted» technical manuals produced by means of the govt and the plane brands. incorporated are classic photographs of plane in the course of prototype and production phases, exploded perspectives, cutaways and phantom drawings shape tech manuals, disassembled plane, infrequent variations and experimental types and so on. exact emphasis is put on the original and ground-breaking layout and function facets of every airplane.

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The final outcome of this aircraft has never been proven. Outwardly, the three XB-29s were identical except for the gun-sighting blister arrangement. The first two had four streamlined blisters in the pressurized fuselage section aft of the bomb bay; one low on each side of the fuselage and two at the top and quite close together. The third XB-29 had the arrangement selected for production - one hemispherical blister (also called dome) on each side of the fuselage midway between the top and bottom, and a single blister on the top centerline.

Truman C. Weaver Collection) WARBIRDTECH - Defensive Armor Crew members were protected from enemy aircraft machine gun fire by appropriately placed armor plate. Protection also came from random anti-aircraft fragments by so-called "Flak Curtains" that had been developed in European combat. The armor was not omni-directiona I; its protection was mainly from directly astern and approximately 30 to 45 degrees off the aircraft centerline. SERVICE T" T MODELS AND SOME INTERESTING EXPERIMENTALS ••• he three XB-29s were built under rather unusual circumstances.

8-29s from the SOOth 80mb Group unload incendiary bombs over Japan. Note that the bombs leave the bomb bays in clusters that quickly break apart for a shower of individual small bombs. (Boeing) along the bombing routes, listening for distress signals. Once a downed B-29 was located, survival gear was dropped, and surface vessels, sometimes even submarines, were summoned by radio. were expanding the three existing airstrips before the island was secured. The first emergency landing by a B-29 was on 4 March, and fighters were based on the island by6 March.

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