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Little Person Working on B-17, WWII
BI430229 (HS6402)
Little Person Working on B-17, WWII
Little person assists with engine tubing, B-17, WWII
Little Person, Jim Tenhoff Inside a B-17 wing, WWII
BI430126 (HS7409)
Little Person, Jim Tenhoff Inside a B-17 wing, WWII
Jim Tenhoff inside a B-17 wing, WWII
Little Person, Otto Weidman Inside B-17F Wing
BI430125 (P2535)
Little Person, Otto Weidman Inside B-17F Wing
Otto Weidman inside B-17F wing, dated 11-10-1942 at Douglas Factory
Little Person, Gerry Owens Riveting on Boeing B-17 Airplane
BI430119 (P2542)
Little Person, Gerry Owens Riveting on Boeing B-17 Airplane
Gerry Owens, riveting center section B-17F, dated 11-10-1942, Douglas Factory
Little Person, Jim Tenhoff Inside a B-17 wing, WWII
BI430120 (HS6409)
Little Person, Jim Tenhoff Inside a B-17 wing, WWII
Jim Tenhoff inside a B-17 wing, WWII at Douglas Factory
B-Series Bombers in Flight, B-52, B-47, B-29 and B-17 Flying Fortress
BI211634 (p17190)
B-Series Bombers in Flight, B-52, B-47, B-29 and B-17 Flying Fortress
The B-17 and the B-29 established Boeing's reputation as a builder of heavy bombers during the WW II...
B-17 Assembly Line
BI49197 (P2021)
B-17 Assembly Line
B-17 assembly line.
B-17F "Felix" Airliner Taxis on Tarmac
BI47164 (p53610)
B-17F "Felix" Airliner Taxis on Tarmac
Seven former B-17F U.S. Army Air Force Flying Fortresses were converted into "Felix" airliners by Swedish...
First Swedish-Converted B-17F "Felix" Airliner
BI47165 (83995)
First Swedish-Converted B-17F "Felix" Airliner
This Douglas-built B-17F was the first of seven former U.S. Army Air Force Flying Fortresses to be converted...
Brazilian Air Force B-17s Taxiing at Recife Air Base
BI47162 (p41276)
Brazilian Air Force B-17s Taxiing at Recife Air Base
The B-17 Flying Fortress was in service with the Brazilian Air Force from 1951 to 1968. Thirteen B-17s...
"5 Grand" B-17 Flying Fortress on Flight Line
BI46971 (k183)
"5 Grand" B-17 Flying Fortress on Flight Line
The 5,000th B-17 built after Pearl Harbor carried the signatures of all the people who built her in the...
Boeing Plant II B-17 Workers, 1940s
BI46231 (BIV15_B-17_01)
Boeing Plant II B-17 Workers, 1940s
Selected scenes from Boeing film "Fortress of the Sky"

Boeing's Seattle Plant 2, built between 1936...
Changing The World (Boeing Centennial Poster)
BI45921 (Frontiers-JULY2015Poster)
Changing The World (Boeing Centennial Poster)
This poster showcases a few of the trailblazing products from Boeing and its heritage companies that...
1944 Easy Does It Boeing Ad
BI45698 (1944 BOEING -)
1944 Easy Does It Boeing Ad
1944 Easy Does It Boeing ad.
1941 More Flying Fortresses Boeing Ad
BI45674 (1941-08-25 BOEING - TIME)
1941 More Flying Fortresses Boeing Ad
1941 More Flying Fortresses are the Order of the Day Boeing ad.
1940 Flying Fortresses Boeing Ad
BI45670 (1940 BOEING - AERODIGEST)
1940 Flying Fortresses Boeing Ad
1940 Flying Fortresses Boeing ad.
1939 Five World Record Boeing Ad
BI45666 (1939 BOEING -)
1939 Five World Record Boeing Ad
1939 Five World Record with 4 Engine Boeings ad.
Boeing Fortress Formation Flight, 2006
BI45371 (msf06-1492-008)
Boeing Fortress Formation Flight, 2006
Two legendary Boeing bombers, a B-17G Flying Fortress and a B-52H Stratofortress, in flight over Barksdale...
B-29 Superfortress at Boeing Field During World War II
BI45139 (BIV15_B-29_02)
B-29 Superfortress at Boeing Field During World War II
Boeing submitted the prototype for the B-29 Superfortress long-range heavy bomber (Model 345) to the...
Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Factory B-roll (Black & White)
BI43353 (BIV13_B-17_02)
Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Factory B-roll (Black & White)
The B-17 was a versatile aircraft performing bomber, search & rescue, reconnaissance, supply, transport,...
Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Factory B-roll (Color)
BI43348 (BIV13_B-17_01)
Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Factory B-roll (Color)
The B-17 was a versatile aircraft performing bomber, search & rescue, reconnaissance, supply, transport,...
Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress B-roll (Color)
BI43347 (BIV13_B-17_03)
Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress B-roll (Color)
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
Boeing B-17G "5 Grand" B-roll
BI43338 (BIV13_B-17_04)
Boeing B-17G "5 Grand" B-roll
This aircraft was the 5,000th Flying Fortress built by Boeing, B-17G 43-37716. It was autographed by...
Rollout of Final Boeing Seattle Built B-17 Flying Fortress
BI43328 (BIV13_B-17_05)
Rollout of Final Boeing Seattle Built B-17 Flying Fortress
On April 9, 1945, the last B-17 Flying Fortress rolled off the assembly line at Boeing's Plant 2 in Seattle....
Boeing Plant 2 B-roll, 1940s-1950s
BI42091 (BoeingPlant2B-roll)
Boeing Plant 2 B-roll, 1940s-1950s
Boeing Plant II scenes showing the B-17, B-29 and B-52 assembly lines. No audio.
B-17G Flying Fortress, Left Side
BI41851 (p4467)
B-17G Flying Fortress, Left Side
The B-17 Flying Fortress was the first Boeing airplane with the distinctive, and enormous, tail for improved...
B-17G Flying Fortress, Right Side
BI41850 (p4468)
B-17G Flying Fortress, Right Side
The B-17 Flying Fortress was the first Boeing airplane with the distinctive, and enormous, tail for improved...
Crowd Examines a B-17 Flying Fortress, 1944
BI41849 (hs2396)
Crowd Examines a B-17 Flying Fortress, 1944
As World War II intensified, the Allied bombers needed additional armament and armor. The B-17E, the...
B-17G Flying Fortress Check Flight, 1944
BI41848 (hs5273)
B-17G Flying Fortress Check Flight, 1944
As World War II intensified, the Allied bombers needed additional armament and armor. The B-17E, the...
B-17F Flying Fortress Waist Gunner's Position
BI618422 (99d04514)
B-17F Flying Fortress Waist Gunner's Position
Sponsored in part by the Boeing Management Association, volunteers restored a B-17F Flying Fortress....
Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress in Flight
BI230547 (c17170)
Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress in Flight
The last version of the B-17 Flying Fortress was the B-17G. Produced in the greatest quantity, it included...
B-17F Flying Fortress in Flight
BI224983 (k75pc)
B-17F Flying Fortress in Flight
The B-17F, distinguished by its molded plexiglass nose assembly and wide paddle-blade propellers, could...
B-17F Flying Fortress Bombadier's and Navigator's Compartment
BI225069 (hs20c)
B-17F Flying Fortress Bombadier's and Navigator's Compartment
The heavily armed B-17F, distinguished by its molded plexiglass nose assembly and wide paddle-blade propellers,...
Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress "Lou" in Action
BI225071 (k11038)
Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress "Lou" in Action
The B-17E was the first mass-produced model of the B-17 and literally bristled with armament. It was...
B-17G Flying Fortress in Flight
BI227513 (d1h112h)
B-17G Flying Fortress in Flight
The B-17 Flying Fortress was America's first heavily armored bomber with a 20,000-pound bomb payload...
The 1,000th B-17 Bomber with Douglas Long Beach Factory Workers
BI227919 (c16235-7)
The 1,000th B-17 Bomber with Douglas Long Beach Factory Workers
In April 1944, the workers of the Long Beach Douglas plant learned that the 1,000th B-17G Flying Fortress...
B-17 Manufacturing at Douglas Long Beach Plant
BI227931 (c5589)
B-17 Manufacturing at Douglas Long Beach Plant
A "Rosie" at Douglas' Long Beach Plant applies rivets to a Boeing B-17 built under a nationwide collaborative...
B-17E Flying Fortress Framing Cradle
BI229701 (17544b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Framing Cradle
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17E Flying Fortress Framing Cradle for Nose Section
BI229703 (17557b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Framing Cradle for Nose Section
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17E Flying Fortress Framing Cradle for Nose Section
BI229705 (17560b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Framing Cradle for Nose Section
Boeing plants built a total of 6,981 B-17s in various models, and another 5,745 were built under a nationwide...
B-17E Flying Fortress Body Subassembly
BI229707 (17561b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Body Subassembly
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17E Center Section in Jig
BI229709 (17652b)
B-17E Center Section in Jig
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17E Flying Fortress Fuselage in Hoist Slings
BI229711 (17812b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Fuselage in Hoist Slings
Boeing plants built a total of 6,981 B-17s in various models, and another 5,745 were built under a nationwide...
B-17E Flying Fortress Circumference Stiffener Installation
BI229713 (17959b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Circumference Stiffener Installation
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17E Flying Fortress Nose Turret Assembly
BI229715 (17999b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Nose Turret Assembly
The B-17E plexiglass nose cone featured ball and socket machine gun mounts.
B-17E Flying Fortress Left Wing Fuselage Terminal Fairing
BI229717 (18124b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Left Wing Fuselage Terminal Fairing
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17E Flying Fortress Camera Pit Below Radio Compartment
BI229719 (18193b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Camera Pit Below Radio Compartment
Boeing plants built a total of 6,981 B-17s in various models, and another 5,745 were built under a nationwide...
B-17E Flying Fortress Radio Compartment Looking Forward
BI229721 (18195b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Radio Compartment Looking Forward
The B-17 was the first Boeing military aircraft with a flight deck instead of an open cockpit. The B-17E,...
B-17E Flying Fortress Fuselage Section in Jig
BI229723 (18214b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Fuselage Section in Jig
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
Skin Application to B-17E Flying Fortress Fuselage
BI229725 (18226b)
Skin Application to B-17E Flying Fortress Fuselage
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17E Flying Fortress Frame Assembly
BI229727 (18248b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Frame Assembly
Boeing plants built a total of 6,981 B-17s in various models, and another 5,745 were built under a nationwide...
B-17E Bomb Bay Looking Forward Prior to Equipment Installation
BI229729 (18249b)
B-17E Bomb Bay Looking Forward Prior to Equipment Installation
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17E Flying Fortress Camera Pit Below Radio Compartment
BI229731 (18298b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Camera Pit Below Radio Compartment
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17E-Bomb Bay Looking Aft
BI229733 (18302b)
B-17E-Bomb Bay Looking Aft
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17E Flying Fortress Tail Turret Prior to Body Join
BI229735 (18332b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Tail Turret Prior to Body Join
The B-17E tail was enlarged to house a tail gun compartment outfitted with a pair of .50 caliber machine...
B-17E OTO Compartment Floor Frames
BI229737 (18439b)
B-17E OTO Compartment Floor Frames
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17E Flying Fortress Engine with Nacelle Cowl Removed
BI229739 (18450b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Engine with Nacelle Cowl Removed
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17E Flying Fortress Nose Gun Installation
BI229741 (18602b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Nose Gun Installation
The B-17E plexiglass nose cone featured ball and socket machine gun mounts.
B-17E-Bomb Bay Rack Assembly
BI229743 (18610b)
B-17E-Bomb Bay Rack Assembly
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17E Flying Fortress Fuselage is Removed from Jig
BI229745 (18696b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Fuselage is Removed from Jig
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
Tail Gun Exterior Change Begins on B-17E Flying Fortress Ship 101
BI229747 (19793b)
Tail Gun Exterior Change Begins on B-17E Flying Fortress Ship 101
The B-17E tail was enlarged to house a tail gun compartment outfitted with a pair of .50 caliber machine...
B-17E Flying Fortress Bombardier Compartment, Left Sidewall
BI229749 (21104b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Bombardier Compartment, Left Sidewall
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17E Flying Fortress Bombardier Compartment Looking Aft
BI229751 (21105b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Bombardier Compartment Looking Aft
The B-17 was the first Boeing military aircraft with a flight deck instead of an open cockpit. The B-17E,...
B-17E Flying Fortress Pilot's Control Panel
BI229753 (21234b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Pilot's Control Panel
The B-17 was the first Boeing military aircraft with a flight deck instead of an open cockpit. The B-17E,...
B-17E Flying Fortress Radio Compartment Looking Forward
BI229755 (21236b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Radio Compartment Looking Forward
The B-17 was the first Boeing military aircraft with a flight deck instead of an open cockpit. The B-17E,...
B-17G Flying Fortress Hinged Knock-Out Panel on Pilot's Windshield
BI229789 (43051b)
B-17G Flying Fortress Hinged Knock-Out Panel on Pilot's Windshield
Arguably the most popular plane of all time and the icon of American airpower during World War II, the...
B-17G Flying Fortress Right Nacelles with Anti-Glare Finish
BI229801 (46588b)
B-17G Flying Fortress Right Nacelles with Anti-Glare Finish
The last version of the Flying Fortress was the B-17G. Produced in the greatest quantity, it included...
B-17G Flying Fortress Left Nacelles with Anti-Glare Finish
BI229803 (46589b)
B-17G Flying Fortress Left Nacelles with Anti-Glare Finish
The last version of the Flying Fortress was the B-17G. Produced in the greatest quantity, it included...
B-17G Flying Fortress Radio Gun Window
BI229807 (80781b)
B-17G Flying Fortress Radio Gun Window
The last version of the Flying Fortress was the B-17G. Produced in the greatest quantity, it included...
B-17E Flying Fortress Flies by Mt. Rainier
BI229811 (p1197)
B-17E Flying Fortress Flies by Mt. Rainier
Arguably the most popular plane of all time and the icon of American airpower during World War II, the...
B-17E Flying Fortress in Flight
BI229813 (p1201)
B-17E Flying Fortress in Flight
Arguably the most popular plane of all time and the icon of American airpower during World War II, the...
B-17E Flying Fortress Near Mt. Rainier
BI229815 (p1206)
B-17E Flying Fortress Near Mt. Rainier
The "Flying Fortress" proved itself in daylight bombing raids during World War II, became a household...
B-17C Flying Fortress on the Ground
BI229817 (p12879)
B-17C Flying Fortress on the Ground
Arguably the most popular plane of all time and the icon of American airpower during World War II, the...
Two B-17E Flying Fortresses in Flight
BI229819 (p1317)
Two B-17E Flying Fortresses in Flight
Two B-17E Flying Fortresses from the 97th Bombing Group in flight in 1942. The US Army re-acquired several...
B-17E Flying Fortress Waist Gunners
BI229821 (p1622)
B-17E Flying Fortress Waist Gunners
The teardrop-shaped waist gun windows on the B-17C/D models were replaced with larger rectangular windows...
B-17E Flying Fortress Waist Gunners in Position
BI229823 (p1625)
B-17E Flying Fortress Waist Gunners in Position
The teardrop-shaped waist gun windows on the B-17C/D models were replaced with larger rectangular windows...
B-17E Flying Fortress Waist Gunners
BI229825 (p1626)
B-17E Flying Fortress Waist Gunners
The teardrop-shaped waist gun windows on the B-17C/D models were replaced with larger rectangular windows...
Riveters Assembling a B-17 Flying Fortress
BI229827 (p2542)
Riveters Assembling a B-17 Flying Fortress
Boeing plants built a total of 6,981 B-17s in various models, and another 5,745 were built under a nationwide...
B-17G Flying Fortress in Flight
BI229829 (p4357)
B-17G Flying Fortress in Flight
Arguably the most popular plane of all time and the icon of American airpower during World War II, the...
B-17G Flying Fortress on the Ground at Boeing Field
BI229831 (p4978)
B-17G Flying Fortress on the Ground at Boeing Field
Arguably the most popular plane of all time and the icon of American airpower during World War II, the...
B-17C Flying Fortress in Flight
BI229833 (p631)
B-17C Flying Fortress in Flight
The "Flying Fortress" proved itself in daylight bombing raids during World War II, became a household...
B-17E Fuselage Frame Assembly
BI230043 (18225b)
B-17E Fuselage Frame Assembly
The B-17E was the first mass-produced model of the Flying Fortresses and was several tons heavier than...
B-17E Flying Fortress Frame Assembly
BI230045 (18358b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Frame Assembly
The B-17E was the first mass-produced model of the Flying Fortresses and was several tons heavier than...
Framing Cradle Change Begins on B-17E Flying Fortress Ship 300
BI230047 (20499b)
Framing Cradle Change Begins on B-17E Flying Fortress Ship 300
The B-17E was the first mass-produced model of the Flying Fortresses and was several tons heavier than...
B-17G Flying Fortress in Flight
BI230075 (iaa1592)
B-17G Flying Fortress in Flight
The last version of the B-17 Flying Fortress was the B-17G. Produced in the greatest quantity, it included...
Moving "E" Body Section by Hand
BI230217 (p984)
Moving "E" Body Section by Hand
The Plant 2 factory in Seattle produced one “Flying Fortress” bombers every hour to meet the demands...
B-17E Flying Fortress Tail Gun
BI217134 (18296b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Tail Gun
The B-17E was the first mass-produced B-17 model and literally bristled with armament. It was several...
Tail Gunner's Position Looking Forward on a B-17E Flying Fortress
BI217136 (19785b)
Tail Gunner's Position Looking Forward on a B-17E Flying Fortress
The B-17 and the B-29 established Boeing's reputation as a builder of heavy bombers. Until the Flying...
B-17E Flying Fortress Cockpit
BI217138 (1a-851)
B-17E Flying Fortress Cockpit
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17E Flying Fortress Bombardier's Position
BI217148 (21233b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Bombardier's Position
The B-17E was the first mass-produced B-17 model and literally bristled with armament. It was several...
B-17E Flying Fortress Radio Compartment Looking Aft
BI217150 (21235b)
B-17E Flying Fortress Radio Compartment Looking Aft
The B-17E, the first mass-produced model Flying Fortress, carried nine machine guns and a 4,000-pound...
B-17G Flying Fortress Nacelles with Anti-Glare Paint
BI217156 (46589b-1)
B-17G Flying Fortress Nacelles with Anti-Glare Paint
The last version of the Flying Fortress was the B-17G. Produced in the greatest quantity, it included...
B-17G Flying Fortress Chin Turret and Cheek Guns
BI217160 (48385b-1)
B-17G Flying Fortress Chin Turret and Cheek Guns
The B-17 and the B-29 established Boeing's reputation as a builder of heavy bombers. Until the Flying...
B-17F Flying Fortress in Assembly
BI217200 (c-9492)
B-17F Flying Fortress in Assembly
The B-17 and the B-29 established Boeing's reputation as a builder of heavy bombers. Until the Flying...
B-17F Flying Fortress in Flight
BI217206 (c13930-1)
B-17F Flying Fortress in Flight
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17F Flying Fortress Banking in Flight
BI217208 (c13930)
B-17F Flying Fortress Banking in Flight
The heavily armored B-17F was distinguished by its molded plexiglass nose assembly and wide paddle-blade...
B-17 Flying Fortress Dorsal Fin Assembly
BI217210 (c14826)
B-17 Flying Fortress Dorsal Fin Assembly
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17F Flying Fortress in Flight over Cityscape
BI217218 (c6611)
B-17F Flying Fortress in Flight over Cityscape
The B-17 and the B-29 established Boeing's reputation as a builder of heavy bombers. Until the Flying...
B-17C Flying Fortress Parked on Tarmac
BI217242 (faa1032)
B-17C Flying Fortress Parked on Tarmac
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17F Flying Fortress Fuel System
BI217248 (hs25c)
B-17F Flying Fortress Fuel System
The heavily armored B-17F was distinguished by its molded plexiglass nose assembly and wide paddle-blade...
B-17E Flying Fortress Flight Line
BI217320 (p1132)
B-17E Flying Fortress Flight Line
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
B-17E Flying Fortress Nose
BI217322 (p1612)
B-17E Flying Fortress Nose
The B-17E was the first mass-produced B-17 model and literally bristled with armament. It was several...
B-17F Flying Fortress in Flight
BI217324 (p2508)
B-17F Flying Fortress in Flight
The heavily armored B-17F was distinguished by its molded plexiglass nose assembly and wide paddle-blade...
Two Gun Turret on a B-17E Flying Fortress
BI217326 (p2731)
Two Gun Turret on a B-17E Flying Fortress
The B-17 and the B-29 established Boeing's reputation as a builder of heavy bombers. Until the Flying...
Rabaul Night
BI217686 (hs4953c)
Rabaul Night
The B-17 was used by the 43rd Bombardment Group as a night skip bomber in the South Pacific during WWII....
Last Mission over Kiska
BI217688 (hs4954c)
Last Mission over Kiska
February 13, 1943 marked the last day B-17s were used in the Alaska theater in combat. Afterwards, the...
Black Thursday
BI217690 (hs4957c)
Black Thursday
On October 14, 1943, almost 300 B-17s made a second attempt to destroy the ball-bearing factories in...
The Gauntlet
BI217692 (hs4958c)
The Gauntlet
B-17s of the 95th Bombardment Group clear the initial point, the beginning of a planned bomb run, on...
Clearing and Colder
BI217694 (hs4961c)
Clearing and Colder
The B-17 and the B-29 established Boeing's reputation as a builder of heavy bombers. Until the Flying...
Little Friends- Red Tail P-51 Mustangs Escort B-17 Flying Fortresses During WWII
BI217696 (hs4962c)
Little Friends- Red Tail P-51 Mustangs Escort B-17 Flying Fortresses During WWII
The Tuskegee Airmen of the 99th Fighter Squadron flew P-51 Mustangs, escorting and protecting B-17s during...
So That Others May Live
BI217698 (hs4963c)
So That Others May Live
A B-29 crew is rescued near Bermuda by a B-17G "Dumbo" dropping a wooden Higgins A-1 Airborne Lifeboat....
Batmobile B-17 at the Cayuse Saddle Fire
BI217700 (hs4964c)
Batmobile B-17 at the Cayuse Saddle Fire
Postwar B-17 conversions included B-17s as trainers, VIP transports, radio-controlled targets for missile...
B-17G Flying Fortress Cutaway
BI217702 (hs4966c)
B-17G Flying Fortress Cutaway
The last version of the Flying Fortress was the B-17G. Produced in the greatest quantity, it included...
B-17 Flying Fortress Factory Production Layout
BI218094 (88620)
B-17 Flying Fortress Factory Production Layout
Boeing plants built a total of 6,981 B-17s in various models, and another 5,745 were built under a nationwide...
B-17 Flying Fortress and B-29 Superfortress
BI218096 (a4972)
B-17 Flying Fortress and B-29 Superfortress
The B-17 and the B-29 established Boeing's reputation as a builder of heavy bombers. Until the Flying...
Restored B-17F Flying Fortress Landing
BI218412 (99d04502)
Restored B-17F Flying Fortress Landing
In response for the Army's request for a large, multiengine bomber, the B-17 (Model 299) prototype, financed...
Restored B-17F Flying Fortress on Runway
BI218414 (99d04507)
Restored B-17F Flying Fortress on Runway
The heavily armored B-17F was distinguished by its molded plexiglass nose assembly and wide paddle-blade...
Restored B-17F Flying Fortress in Flight
BI218416 (99d04511)
Restored B-17F Flying Fortress in Flight
Sponsored in part by the Boeing Management Association, volunteers restored a B-17F Flying Fortress....
Restored B-17F Flying Fortress in Flight
BI218418 (99d04512)
Restored B-17F Flying Fortress in Flight
Sponsored in part by the Boeing Management Association, volunteers restored a B-17F Flying Fortress....
Restored B-17F Flying Fortress Above the Museum of Flight
BI218420 (99d04513)
Restored B-17F Flying Fortress Above the Museum of Flight
Sponsored in part by the Boeing Management Association, volunteers restored a B-17F Flying Fortress....
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