The B-29 Superfortress Chronology, 1934-1960
McFarland, 2009/09/12 - 319 ページ
The Boeing B-29 Superfortress lived an operational life of only 26 years, but what a life it was. The introduction to this book provides basic information on the physical plane: dimensions, specs, leading particulars and operational usages. Then an exhaustive day-by-day chronology of the B-29 is presented—from the earliest designs in 1934 through thousands of missions and aircraft events in World War II and Korea to the 1960 retirement of the last operational B-29. The book also includes an extensive glossary and three appendices, which provide a discussion of the general anatomy of a mission, a sample of operational voice or radio codes used in 1945, and a guide to (very unofficial) aircraft names.
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12 April 22 March 314th Bomb Wing 514th Recon Sq Altitude of attack April 12 April 12 April April 21 arrives India arrives Tinian Assigned tail code Attacked primary Average bomb load BC Mission Number BC Msn 65 BC Weather Strike Bomb Group Bombed primary target Bombed target Bombs Takao City code Black Square code V Square code X Triangle Crashed Departed U.S. Dumbo flak Formosa gained Iwo Jima Jettisoned bombs July knot winds last resort target March 22 March 22 March Mining Mission Nagoya Named North Korea Okayama Omura Pagan Island planes Radar Recon Sq VLR Returned to U.S. Saipan Shimonoseki Strait Strike Mission WSM Tail code Black Tail code Circle Tail code Diamond Tail code Triangle Takeoff target of opportunity Tokyo Truk Typhoon unknown number Unnamed Weather over target Weather Strike Mission XXI BC Mission XXI BC Msn XXI BC Weather