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B-29B BA Bell-Atlanta[[File:Zzz2.jpg|thumb|44-84053]]
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'''44-84053 B-29-55-BA'''
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'''44-84053 B-29B-55-BA'''
*BONNIE LEE Museum of Aviation, Georgia.
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*Built at the Bell Bomber Plant in Marietta, Georgia.
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*Sent to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD in 1956 for use as a test target.
*Name not original to the aircraft
 
*Built at.Bell Bomber Plant in Marietta, Georgia.
 
*Stored Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 1956
 
 
*Recovered from Aberdeen Proving Grounds in 1983.
 
*Recovered from Aberdeen Proving Grounds in 1983.
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*Transported to the Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Warner-Robins, Georgia for Restoration.
 
*Name not original to the aircraft.
 
*All records prior to 1956 for this aircraft were lost.
 
*All records prior to 1956 for this aircraft were lost.
*Aircraft is painted gloss silver and is on indoor display.
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*The aircraft is painted gloss silver and is on indoor display, fully restored.
*No gun turrets installed.
 
   
   
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Latest revision as of 03:39, 29 November 2014

BA Bell-Atlanta

44-84053

44-84053 B-29B-55-BA

  • Built at the Bell Bomber Plant in Marietta, Georgia.
  • Sent to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD in 1956 for use as a test target.
  • Recovered from Aberdeen Proving Grounds in 1983.
  • Transported to the Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Warner-Robins, Georgia for Restoration.
  • Name not original to the aircraft.
  • All records prior to 1956 for this aircraft were lost.
  • The aircraft is painted gloss silver and is on indoor display, fully restored.


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