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B-29A 44-61669
" 49 Three Feathers "
March Field Air Museum

Boeing B-29 Survivors highlights the history of many well known flying and static display Boeing B-29s in the United States. A list is also provided of other B-29's on display around the world; including location, model and serial numbers, brief history, nicknames/markings, and conditions.


In September 1945, immediately after the surrender of Japan, all contracts for further production of the B-29 were terminated after 3,970 aircraft (2,766 by Boeing Aircraft, 668 by Bell Aircraft and 536 by Glenn L. Martin Co.) were accepted by the USAAF. Uncompleted airframes at the Boeing Plant in Wichita Kansas plant were stripped of all Government Furnished Equipment and scrapped on the flightline.

A vast majority all of the B-29s were stored by a new process of cocooning, however, this process trapped heat and moisture resulting in numerous airframes being damaged by this process (primarily the avionics and instruments). Between 1946 and 1949, many early and high time combat veteran aircraft were sold or scrapped – none were released to civilian use.

While the B-29 was still considered useful in the post WWII inventory, the numerous problems with development, (i.e. including the freezing of the design in 1942) and the fear that the postwar congress would not fund the purchase of a design that still had significant quantity in storage, led to the radically redeveloped B-29D being redesignated the B-50A. While the B-50A looked similar to the B-29, Boeing had redeveloped the airframe with a new stronger alloy skin, redesigned main spar, taller vertical stabilizer and improved engine cowlings. Additionally, the engines were changed to the R-4360 which produced higher horsepower, had better cooling and were less prone to failure.

In 1947, with the advent of the USAF, the B-29 was redesignated as a medium bomber. With the new heavy bombers in production (B-36 and B-49) and the planned production of the both the B-47 and the XB-52 becoming a reality, the Superfortress was quickly starting to become eclipsed by technology. It was only the advent of the Korean War in 1950, which slowed down the retirement of the B-29. Once again, the Superfortress was pressed into combat; while the first 6 months the B-29 was able to hold its own, the introduction of Jet fighters (Mig-15s) proved the demise of this aircraft. The B-29 was too slow and the gunnery systems could not keep up/track the high-speed aircraft. By 1953, the remaining B-29s were withdrawn from combat (except for some RB-29s). The remaining B-29s in service were then redesignated as Training (TB-29) , Photo Recon (RB-29), Air-Sea Rescue (SB-29) and refueling/tanker (KB-29M) aircraft. The last USAAF flight was in September 1960.

The Royal Air Force as a stop-gap measure between the Lancaster and the new V-Bombers leased 88 aircraft in the early 1950s – redesigning them Washington Mk b.I’s. The Washingtons remained in service until late 1958 when they were retired and returned to the United States. Several Washingtons were given to Australia, but within one year they were retired and scrapped.

The B-29 did enjoy limited success post war as a flying testbed, being used with NACA to carry the early rocket aircraft (X-1, X-1A, D-558-2 etc…), prototype jet engine testing, electronic test ships, High Altitude Atmospheric tests, etc…

The majority of the surviving B-29 came from airframes that had either been designated (with the US Navy at NAS China Lake), initially, as target-tow aircraft, then unmanned target aircraft, finally as a ground target (the last B-29 destroyed was in 1981 more than 6 years after a ban had been placed on further using these aircraft as targets). Furthermore, B-29's were used at Aberdeen Proving Grounds as ground targets and survivability studies.

In 1966, the then fledgling Confederate Air Force, in their quest to gather an example of all the remaining WWII bombers attempted to track down a B-29. At this time, except for two noted museum aircraft, the B-29 was considered an almost extinct aircraft. Rumors of B-29s existing at Aberdeen revealed several airframes, but due to the closeness of ocean air, these aircraft were corroded close to the point of unrestorability. In 1970 came the discovery of the US Navy fleet of aircraft at NAS China Lake – these aircraft being used/stored in the desert air were in much better shape. After a year of negotiation, the CAF was able to obtain their B-29 (Fifi). These same negotiations also allowed the RAF to obtain an example as well (It’s Hawg Wild). During the early 1970s, NASA (the redesigned NACA) sold their P2B-1S and for numerous years this aircraft flew under civil registration until it was grounded by spar corrosion.

Since the early 1970, numerous aircraft have been removed from Aberdeen Proving Grounds as well as NAS China Lake for museum displays – the last B-29 removed from China Lake is currently being restored to flying condition (Doc). There are still two partial airframes and one wreck at the NAS China Lake site. Several other aircraft were noted as late as 1980 but these aircraft have disappeared (no trace of being scrapped) – several having possibly been used in the Disney Picture “Last Flight of Noah’s Ark” (which seriously damaged/destroyed numerous airframes) during production.

Additional aircraft have been discovered at both post-war crash sites and near WWII Pacific airfields. At least four B-29 wrecks on Guam and several on Saipan are know to exist. There is a search for the first B-29 to bomb Japan (Dauntless Dottie) which crashed into the Pacific on take-off during her return flight to the United States. If the airplane is found there are plans to recover and restore it for display.

Boeing B-29 Survivors Individual airframe histories

Individual histories (42-xxxx)

  • Nose section on display at the Edward F. Beale Museum, located on the grounds of *Beale AFB near Marysville, California.
  • Beale AFB is famous as the home of the SR-*71 and a major base for the U-2. T
  • he nose section was recovered from an aircraft *that was used as a bombing target at China Lake

  • B-29-25-MO MISS AMERICA 62 Travis AFB Museum,California.
    42-65281 (2)
  • This aircraft flew with the 6th Bomb Group,313th Bomb Wing, 24th Bomb Squadron out of Tinian Island.
  • Flew 30 missions and shot down two aircraft.
  • Served with the 307th Bomb Group in Korea.

  • 42-65401

    B-29-35MO 42-65401

  • B-29- Forward nose section used in the 1980's t.v. movie “Enola Gay” (marked as Enola Gay) , that is in Vintage Aircraft's hangar in Stockton, California and is on display as part of the Stockton Field Aviation Museum.

  • City Of Lansford (42-93967)
  • B-29A on display at the Georgia Veterans Memorial State Park near Cordelle, Georgia.
  • This state park has
    SUPERFORTRESS 42-93967
    a small group of aircraft on display, including a Vietnam era helicopters, some early jets, and this Superfortress.
  • This is one of the earliest B-29's that still exist. It was on display for a number years at a Vet's club in Cordelle, but was moved to the state park in the 1990's.
  • The park is located in the center of the state just off of I-75.

Individual histories (44-xxxx)

  • On 9 August 1945 dropped the "Fat Man" Plutonium Atomic Bomb on Nagasaki, Japan.

  • THE GREAT ARTISTE (44-61671)
  • B-29A-40-BN Whiteman AFB, Missouri.
  • Name not original to the aircraft.
  • This aircraft was the original SB-29 Air/Sea Rescue aircraft.
  • Recovered from Aberdeen Proving Grounds and put on display at Pease AFB, New Hampshire until that base closed.
  • Outdoor display. In 2005 the aircraft received a full paint job

  • 44-61739 B-29A-45 BN Superfortress (nose section only)
    44-61739 (cn 11216)

  • IT'S HAWG WILD (44-61748)
  • B-29A-45-BN
  • Aircraft assigned to the 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa in March 1952.
  • Flew 105 combat missions over North Korea.
  • Sent to China Lake as a target in November 1956.
  • Donated to the Imperial War Museum by the US Navy in 1979.
  • Recovered from China Lake on
    44-61748 (2)
    November 16, 1979 after being made flyable and flown to Tucson, Arizona for further restoration by Aero Services.
  • On February 16, 1980, the aircraft was flown to Flint, Michigan.
  • On March 2, 1980, the aircraft arrived at Duxford via Loring, Maine; Gander, Newfoundland; Sondestrom Fjord, Greenland; Keflavik, Iceland; and Mildenhall, UK.
  • Severe corrosion was found in the bomb bay area requiring extensive repairs. Exterior was eventually repainted in its wartime configuration and the aircraft was fully restored.
  • On permanent indoor display.

  • JACK'S HACK (44-61975)
  • New England Air Museum; Windsor Locks, Connecticut.
  • Name not original to aircraft.
    B29 jackshack02

    B-29A-55-BN JACK'S HACK (44-61975)

  • Used at training command at several different bases until 1954.
  • Converted to an operational bomber and stationed for 2 years at RAF Molesworth, UK.
  • Sent to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland in 1956.
  • Recovered from Aberdeen in June 1973 by members of the Bradley Air Museum

(later to be renamed the New England Air Museum).

  • Peachy (44-62022)
  • Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum is named in honor of all the crews who fought in the
    Pacific Theater.
  • A B-29 by that name was piloted by a native of Pueblo, Lt. Robert T. Haver, who gave it his pet name for a younger sister.
  • The origina lPeachy flew 35 combat missions into enemy territory from Tinian Island in the Marianas islands chain in the central Pacific.
  • This aircraft was donated to the museum in 1976 by the Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake Ca; and in 2005 it was moved indoors.

  • Fifi (44-62070)
    44-62070 (12)
  • Belonging to the Commemorative Air Force, it is the only airworthy B-29 in the world at present.
  • Fifi has been grounded since 2006 because of problems with all four engines, but recent developments suggest that she will fly again.The Commemorative Air Force and the Cavanaugh Flight Museum announced a pledge of $1.2M USD to re-engine FiFi.
  • The pledge was made by Jim Cavanaugh, the founder of the Cavanaugh Flight Museum. As a result of the contribution, FiFi was be returned to flight status, and the B29/B24 Squadron of the CAF will relocate its base from Midland, Texas to the Addison Airport, at Addison, Texas (KADS).
  • The B24 and the B29 will, for the six months of each year they are not on tour, be kept and maintained at Addison.

  • COMMAND DECISION (44-62139)
  • B-29A-65-BN USAF Museum, Ohio.
  • Name not original to this aircraft.
  • Forward fuselage only. Set up as a walk through display.

44-62220 (2)
  • Name not original to aircraft.
  • Originally displayed at Kelly AFB until it closed. No gun turrets installed. Outdoor display.

  • T-Square-54 (44-69729)
  • B-29-60BW c/n 10561 44-69729.
  • No. 54 was assigned to the 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group, 73rd
    44-69729 (1)
    Bomb Wing and completed thirty-seven bombing missions.
  • Converted to KB-29 (aerial refueling tanker) in June 1949.
  • In 1986 it was removed from the Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake and transported to Lowry AFB's Lowry Heritage Museum (LHM) now Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum.
  • It went through its initial level of restoration in 1987 with LHM's volunteers and was readied for its rebirth and rededication of Lowry AFB's 50th anniversary, 2 October 1987.
  • It was restored to its 1944 markings with the "T Square 54" on its vertical stabilizer. I
  • n 1995 the USAF Museum transferred T-Sq-54 to the Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington.
  • After another level of restoration and change in its markings, it was displayed again 1996.

  • Doc (44-69972).
  • A Korean War veteran that was later used as a radar trainer and ballistic missile target.
    44-69972 (Doc)
  • The airframe was acquired by the United States Aviation Museum for restoration to flight status.
  • After a great deal of work at the Boeing plant in Wichita, Kansas where it was originally built, the aircraft was moved in March 2007 to the Kansas Aviation Museum.

  • Sentimental Journey (44-70016).
    44-70016 (1)
  • Originally flew with the 330th Bomb Group,20th Air Force from Guam, now displayed at the Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona.

  • The nose section of the B-29 came to rest about a hundred yards upslope of the main wreckage on Bomber Glacier.

  • Originally obtained from Disney Studios.
  • One of 4 B-29's obtained by Disney from China Lake for use in the movie "The *Last flight of Noah's Ark".
  • Two of the airframes were destroyed making the film.

  • The Lady Of The Lake (44-83905) Submerged in pond on Eielson AFB, Alaska.
  • Name not original to this aircraft and is simply a name the aircraft is referred to as.
  • Aircraft was damaged on landing after a gear
    failure on April 7, 1956. Aircraft was deemed not worthy of repair.
  • After it was cannibalized for parts, it was towed to a frozen pond for use as a "ditched aircraft trainer". The pond turned out to be deeper than anyone thought and the aircraft is almost totally submerged. No recovery is planned.

  • MAN O' WAR (44-84076)
    026 23A.1
  • B-29B-60-BA Strategic Air and Space Museum, Nebraska
  • Aircraft was recently put on indoor display.
  • Underside painted black. No gun turrets installed. Undergoing full restoration.

  • Haggerty's Hag (44-86408) Hill AFB Museum, Utah.
    44-86408 (1)

    Haggerty's Hag

    Name not original to the aircraft.
    Took part in air sampling during the atomic bomb tests in the Pacific.
    Sent to Dugway Proving Ground in 1953. Used for chemical testing, then abandoned.
    Recovered from Dugway aprox. 1983.
    Aircraft had faint 6th Bomb Group Markings.
    On outdoor display. Aircraft has areas of heavy corrosion.
    False (non-conforming) gun turrets installed.

more to come

Individual histories (45-xxxx)

  • Kee Bird (45-21768) (N70887), ex-F-13, ex-46th PRS "Kee Bird" - 7 missions, Greenland, Denmark
  • Became lost on a recon mission after taking off from Ladd AFB, Alaska in 1947.
  • Ran low on fuel and belly landed on a frozen lake in North West Greenland.
  • Fuselage burned and abandoned after attempted recovery in May 1995.
  • Wings, tail, *engines, and props are still intact. Wreckage is visible in shallow water.

B-29 Survivors

Each line describes one remaining complete or partial airframe. Each line is broken down into several sections:

Aircraft number History Markings Holder Location Condition
* B-29-80BW 44-70113 ex-20th AF/73rd BW/500th BG/883rd BS
“Z 58 Sweet Eloise” 27 combat missions
ex-Aberdeen Proving Grounds
Z 58
Sweet Eloise
Lockheed Factory Marietta, GA (D)
  • Aircraft Number describes the type of aircraft and model B-29-80BW c/n & s/n 44-70113
    and current registration (none).
  • History tells the military history (oldest to newest):
ex-20th AF/73rd BW/500th BG/ 883rd BS “Z 58 Sweet Eloise” 27 combat missions.
ex-Aberdeen Proving Grounds
  • Markings deals with current markings, codes first then name: Z 58 Sweet Eloise "
  • Holder is current owner or museum: Lockheed Factory
  • Location deals with either location where it might be seen or owners address: Marietta, Georgia
  • Condition:
(A) = Airworthy
(D) = Display
(R) = Under restoration
(S) = Stored
(W) = Wreck
(U)= Unknown Location
  • If Latitude & Longitude points are given, aircraft is on permanent outside display and can be seen using Google maps
(N33 55' 14.13" W84 30' 16.19")

B-29 BW Boeing-Wichita

  • B-29-50BW c/n 4452 42-24791, ex-NAS China Lake " The Big Time Operator ", Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA (S) [1]note: nose section only
  • B-29-60BW c/n 10561 44-69729, ex-20th AF/73rd BW/498th BG/875th BS "Square-T 54" – 37 combat missions, ex-KB-29, ex-NAS China Lake, " Square-T 54 ", Seattle Museum Of Flight, Seattle, WA (D) [2][3] (N47 31' 01.54" W122 17' 42.26")
  • B-29-70BW c/n 10789 44-69957, ex-SB-29, NAS China Lake, CA (W) (N35 54'08.74" W117 43'26.17")
note: Parts from nose section used in restoration of B-29 44-69972 "Doc"
  • B-29-70BW c/n 10804 44-69972 (N69972C), ex-20th AF, ex-TB-29, ex-4713th REF (ADC)/1st RCS "Doc", ex-4750th ADW/17th TTS, ex-NAS China Lake " Doc ", Boeing Aircraft Company, Wichita, KS (R) [4] [5]
  • B-29-75BW c/n 10848 44-70016 , ex-20th AF/330th BG/458th BS "Square-K 40 Sentimental Journey / Quaker City" - 31 combat missions, ex-4713th REEC Flight (SAC) "Dopey", " Square-K 40 Sentimental Journey / Quaker City ", Pima Air & Space Museum (PASM), Tucson, AZ (D) [6][7]
  • B-29A-75BW c/n 44-70064, ex-NAS China Lake, "0-90351 Raz’n Hell ",Castle AFB Museum Castle AFB CA (D) [8][9] (N37 21' 54.76" W120 34' 42.89")
note: rebuilt using parts from tail section of B-29A-35-BN 44-61535 & outboard wings from B-29-50BA 44-84084
  • B-29-75BW c/n 10934 44-70102, ex-20th AF, ex-NAS China Lake, " Here’s Hopin ", China Lake NAS Museum, CA (D) (N35 40' 37.79" W117 40' 37.75")
  • B-29-80BW c/n 10945 44-70113, ex-20th AF/73rd BW/500th Bg/883rd BS "Miss Marilyn Gay/Sweet Eloise" - 27 Combat & 5 POW missions, ex-Aberdeen Proving Grounds, " Z-58 Sweet Eloise ", Marietta B-29 Association, Dobbins AFB, GA (D) [10][11][12] (N33 55' 14.13" W84 30' 16.19")
  • B-29-80BW c/n 12430 44-87627, ex-TB-29, ex-Aberdeen Proving Grounds, " BF-627 Bossier City ", 8th Air Force Museum, Barksdale AFB, LA (D) [13] (N32 30' 50.97" W93 40' 57.97")
  • B-29-95BW c/n 13463 45-21768 (N70887), ex-F-13, ex-46th PRS "Kee Bird" - 7 missions, KeeBird, Greenland, Denmark (W) [18]
note: (wings & tail only)
note: nose section only
note: wings & fuselage - Aero Trader (Kermit Weeks), Borrego Springs CA (S)

B-29 MO Martin-Omaha

  • B-29-25MO 42-65281, ex-20th AF / 6th BG / 24th BS "Circle R Miss America 62" -43 missions, ex-301st BG (SAC), ex-WB-29, 373rd RWS (MATS) & 53rd RWS (MATS), ex-510th CCTW, " Circle R 11 Miss America 62 ",Travis AFB, CA (D) [22] [23] (N38 16' 10.75" W121 55' 49.05")
  • B-29-25MO 42-65287, Aquadilla, Puerto Rico-Atlantic Ocean (W)
note: nose section only
  • B-29-40MO 44-27297, ex-Silverplate, ex-20th AF / 313rd BW / 509th CG / 393rd BS "Triangle N 77 Bockscar" - 5 combat missions, " Circle <- 77 Bockscar ", WPAFB Museum, Dayton, OH (D) [24]
  • B-29-40MO 44-27343, ex-F-13A, ex-513RWS, ex-57 SRW, ex-TB-29, ex-Aberdeen Proving Grounds, " Tinker’s Heritage ",Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, OK (D) [25] (N35 25' 59.83" W97 24' 14.82)
  • B-29-45MO 44-86292 ex-Silverplate, ex-20th AF / 313rd BW / 509th CG / 393rd BS "Circle-R 92 Enola Gay" " - 3 combat missions, " Circle-R 92 Enola Gay ", NASM, VA (D) [26]
  • B-29-55MO 44-86408, ex-43rd BG (SAC) & 9th BW (SAC), ex-Dugway Proving Ground, " Haggerty's Hag ", Hill Aerospace Museum, Hill AFB, UT (D) [27] (N41 09' 38.60" W112 01' 08.85")

B-29A BN Boeing-Renton

  • B-29A-10BN c/n 7287 42-93880, ex-F-13A, "The Dutchess", NAS China Lake, CA (U)
  • B-29A-15BN c/n 7374 42-93967, ex-F-13A 5th AF / 314th BW / 19th BG / 28th BS "City of Lansford" - 12 combat missions, ex-RB-29A, ex-Aberdeen Proving Grounds, " City of Lansford ", Georgia Veterans Memorial State Park, Cordelle, GA (D) [28][29]
  • B-29A-40BN c/n 11146 44-61669 (N3299F), ex-20th AF / 73rd BW / 500th BG / 883rd BS "Z 49 Flagship 500" -11 combat missions, 581st ARG (SAC), ex-NAS China Lake, " Z 49 Three Feathers ", March AFB, Riverside, CA (D) [30][31] (N33 52' 56.54" W117 15' 56.55")
  • B-29A-40BN c/n 11148 44-61671, ex-SB-29A, ex-Aberdeen Proving Grounds, " 89 The Great Artiste ", Whiteman AFB, Knob Noster, MO (D) (N38 44' 13.36" W93 34' 32.59")
  • B-29A-45BN c/n 11216 44-61739, ex-Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Robins AFB, GA (D) [32]
  • B-29A-45BN c/n 11225 44-61748 (G-BHDK), ex-5th AF / 309th BG (FEAF) "It's Hawg Wild" - 105 combat missions, ex-TB-29A, ex-4750 ADW, ex-NAS China Lake, " Square-Y 748 It's Hawg Wild ", Duxford, England (D) [33][34]

  • B-29A-55BN c/n 11434 44-61957, NAS China Lake, CA (U)
  • B-29A-55BN c/n 11452 44-61975, ex-TB-29A, ex-RAF Molesworth, ex-Aberdeen Proving Grounds, " Triangle-I 55 Jack’s Hack ", New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT (D) [35][36][37]
note: tail assembly from B-29A-45BN 44-61739
note: Vert. Stabilizer exchanged with Doc
  • B-29A-55BN c/n 11469 44-61992, NAS China Lake, CA (U)
  • B-29A-60BN c/n 11532 44-62055, NAS China Lake, CA (U)
  • B-29A-60BN c/n 11547 44-62070 (N529B), ex-310th BW (SAC), ex-TB-29A, ex-NAS China Lake, "Square-A Fifi ", Commemorative Air Force, Midland, TX (R) [38]
  • B-29A-60BN c/n 11565 44-62088, NAS China Lake, CA (S)
  • B-29A-65BN c/n 11589 44-62112, Pima County air Museum, Tucson, AZ (S)
note: fwd fuselage only
note: rear fuselage with Disney Studios, Orlando, FL (S)
  • B-29A-65BN c/n 11611 44-62134, NAS China Lake, CA (W) (N35 31'28.13" W117°10'13.17")
  • B-29A-65BN c/n 11616 44-62139, ex-20th AF / 19th BG, " Command Decision ", USAFM, Dayton, OH, (D) [39]
note: fwd Fuselage only
  • B-29A-70BN c/n 11691 44-62214, ex-KB-29P, ex-58th WRS, " Lady of the Lake ", Eielson AFB, AK (W) (N64 42' 11.20" W147 07' 37.11")
  • B-29A-70BN c/n 11697 44-62220, ex-Aberdeen Proving Grounds, " Square-T 5 Joltin Josie the Pacific Pioneer ", USAF History & Traditions Museum Lackland AFB, San Antonio TX (D) [40] (N29 23' 22.83" W98 37' 09.95")
  • B-29A-70BN c/n 11699 44-62222, (fwd fuselage only) Pima County Air Museum, Tucson, Arizona (S),
note: fwd fuselage only
note: rear fuselage with Disney Studios, Orlando, FL (S)

B-29B BA Bell-Atlanta

  • B-29B-60BA 44-84084, ex-SB-29, ex-NAS China Lake, ex-Last Flight of Noah's Ark, Aero Trader (Kermit Weeks), Borrego Springs, CA (S) note: wings used on 44-61535


  1. 42-24791 (John Weeks Page)
  2. 44-69729 (John Weeks Collection)
  3. 44-69729
  4. 44-69972 Doc (John Weeks Page)
  5. 44-69972 Doc
  6. 44-70016 Sentimental Journey (Aviation Photos)
  7. 44-70017 Sentimental Journey (440th BG Web site)
  8. 44-70064 Raz'n Hell (Aviation Photos)
  9. 44-61535 Taz'n Hell (19th BG Web Site)
  10. 44-70113 Sweet Eloise (Aviation Photos)
  11. 44-70113 Sweet Eliose
  12. 44-70113 Sweet Eliose
  13. 44-87627 (Walkaround)
  14. 44-87779 Legal Eagle II (Aviation Photos)
  15. 44-87779 Legal Eagle II (John Weeks Page)
  16. 45-21748 (airliners photo)
  17. 45-21748 (John Weeks Page)
  18. 45-21768 Kee Bird (Aviation Photos)
  19. 45-21887 Fertile Myrtle (John Weeks Page)
  20. 45-21787 Fertile Myrtle
  21. 45-21847
  22. 42-65281 Miss America 62(airliners photos)
  23. 42-65281 Miss America 62
  24. 44-27297 Bockscar (airliners photo's)
  25. 44-27343 Tinkers Heritage (airliners photo's)
  26. 44-86292 Enola Gay (airliners photo's)
  27. 44-86408 Haggerty's Hag (airliners photo's)
  28. 42-93967 City of Lansford (Aviation Photos)
  29. 42-93967 City of Lansford
  30. 44-61669 Flagship 500 (Airliners Photos)
  31. 44-61669 Flagship 500 (John Weeks Page)
  32. 44-61739 (airliners photo)
  33. 44-61748 It's Hawg Wild (airliners Photo)
  34. 44-61748 It's Hawg Wild
  35. 44-61975 Jack's Hack (Airliners Photos)
  36. 44-61975 Jack's Hack (History)
  37. 44-61975 Jack's Hack (Restoration)
  38. 44-62070 Fifi (Airliners Photos)
  39. 44-62139 Command Decision (John Weeks Collection)
  40. 44-62220 Joltin Josie the Pacific Pioneer (Airliners Photos)
  41. 44-84053 Big Red (Airliners Photos)
  42. 44-84076 Man O War (airliners photo)

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