B-36 - Pima Air & Space Museum - Arizona Bucket List Trip 2017
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Known as the "Peacemaker", it must've worked, since the B-36 never entered combat or dropped a bomb.
Its 6 piston and 4 jet engines were referred to as
"Six Turnin' and Four Burnin'".
Please read my story next...
Arizona Bucket List Trip 2017 Home Page
Pima Air & Space Museum, Tucson, September 2017
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B-36 at the top center. (From Air and Space Smithsonian Magazine Article)
The B-36 is featured in this movie (still available) with at least 20 minutes of beautiful official footage. You can hear its unique, unmistakable sound.
See a clip next...
Here's the clip from "Strategic Air Command".
See the Discovery Channel Documentary next...
Discovery Channel Documentary
It took 3½ minutes to walk around with the GoPro.
I sped it up and smoothed it out.
See me?
A MUST-SEE!
Former Convair B-36 Peacemaker crew member Bob Preising recounts his experiences with the aircraft at Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona, with the last B-36 built and the last to fly, 52-2827 "City of Ft. Worth". October 24, 2016. Bob is a member of the Phoenix Wing of the
American Aviation Historical Society