Danube Bridge (formerly known as the Friendship Bridge), Giurgiu–Ruse Bridge, Romania-Bulgaria. 1952-54
architect Georgi Ovcharov.
engineers V. Andreev and N. Rudomazin
Inside the cockpit of the “Enola Gay”. The B29 which dropped the first atomic bomb.
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B-29 Superfortress “Enloa Gay”
Boeing B-29 Superfortress size comparison to Convair B-36 Peacemaker. The B-36 went into service in 1946.
B-29 Superfortress flying through anti-aircraft fire while underway to the enemy target, Pacific theatre, 1945.
Formation flight Sunday. B-29s.
USAAF ground crew members prepare bombs for the waiting B-29 Superfortresses on an airbase on Saipan - November 1944
Over the next several months, USAAF bombers conducted many strategic bombing missions on Japanese industrial centers located throughout the islands in the Pacific and mainland Japan.
B-29 atacado por un Ki-44 Tojo
Portions of a submerged B-29 Superfortress bomber in Alaska remain visible above water.