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Atlas Missle Booster Section

Description: An officer points to something unknown while standing next to a sign displaying information about the "Atlas Booster Section." The boosters were the final part of the Atlas Intercontinental Ballistic Missile.
Date: November 5, 1960
Item Type: Photograph

Atlas Missle Booster Section

Description: An officer and a woman view a sign displaying information about the "Atlas Booster Section." The boosters were the final part of the Atlas Intercontinental Ballistic Missile.
Date: November 5, 1960
Item Type: Photograph

[Aviation Crew and "The Squaw"]

Description: Image of an aviation crew standing and sitting atop of the famous Liberator, "The Squaw", that successfully covered 71 missions without a causality.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

[Aviation Crew and "The Squaw"]

Description: Image of three aviation crew members standing below the fuselage of the famous Liberator, "The Squaw". Above the men are the awards presented to the AAF men who successfully covered 71 missions without a causality. Left to right is: Sergeant Paul Davidson, Lieutenant Clinton H. Killian, and Sergeant Harmon.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

[B-24 Liberator Bomber]

Description: Image of a B-24 Liberator bomber during it's final acceptance inspection. Left to right is: C.E. Day, Wayne White, Otto Schlemeyer, and Rex Wiley. In the foreground, a sign reads: "RESTRICTED AREA, ARMY INSPECTION IN PROGRESS". The inspection took two hours to complete.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

[B-24 Liberator Bomber]

Description: Image of a B-24 Liberator bomber during it's final acceptance inspection. Left to right is: C.E. Day, Wayne White, Otto Schlemeyer, and Rex Wiley. In the foreground, a sign reads: "RESTRICTED AREA, ARMY INSPECTION IN PROGRESS". The inspection took two hours to complete.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

[B-24 with men on top]

Description: Photograph of a B-24 from the side with two workmen standing on the fuselage in April 1942. One of the large propellers is visible.
Date: April 28, 1942
Item Type: Photograph

B-32 on monorail

Description: Photograph of a B-32 hanging on a monorail at Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation in Fort Worth, Texas in 1945, This aircraft is no. 100 and has the name "Tokyo Express". It does not have any engines or a nose yet.
Date: 1945
Item Type: Photograph

B-32 publicity exhibit

Description: Dozens of newspaper clippings and articles displayed on the floor as part of a publicity exhibit for the B-32 aircraft on August 27, 1945.
Date: August 27, 1945
Item Type: Photograph

B-36 A #3

Description: Right 3/4 front view of the Convair airplane B-36A #3.
Date: January 5, 1948
Item Type: Photograph

B-36 and group

Description: Crewmen pose next to the last Convair B-36 airplane on the day of its delivery to SAM-SAC Cycle One.
Date: March 1, 1957
Item Type: Photograph

B-36 Assembly Line

Description: Photograph of the B-36 assembly line in November 1957. Planes are lined up in a warehouse as far as the eye can see. Scaffolding stands next to the wing and nose of the front plane.
Date: November 12, 1957
Item Type: Photograph

B-36 Flight Line

Description: Photograph of a line of B-36 airplanes. Painted on the wing of a plane in the foreground is, "USAF". In the background is a street, trees and power lines. These are RB-36Hs, one of the last variants of the Peacemaker which were built.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

B-36 No. 85 fuselage

Description: Photograph of the fuselage of the B-36 plane No. 85 under construction in the warehouse in November 1949. The bomb bay door is open under the plane. It's RB-36D 44-92088. Modified to carry the "Boston camera" and re-designated ERB-36D, it was eventually scrapped at Kelly AFB in 1955.
Date: November 1, 1949
Item Type: Photograph

B-57 Airplane

Description: A Convair B-57 F airplane sits a few hundred yards from a landing strip at an airbase during a B-57 F press review.
Date: July 2, 1964
Item Type: Photograph

B-57 F Airplane

Description: Several people inspect a Convair B-57 F airplane parked on a landing strip at a press review.
Date: July 2, 1964
Item Type: Photograph

B-58 #59 with Multiple Weapons

Description: Photograph of a B-58 military airplane with the words, "U.S. Air Force" painted across the side of it. It is sitting on a tarmac with several weapons and three workers next to it.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

B-58 #59 with Multiple Weapons

Description: Photograph of a B-58 military airplane with the words, "U.S. Air Force" painted across the side of it. It is sitting on a tarmac with several weapons and three workers next to it.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

[B-58 #64 Taxi]

Description: Convair airplane B-58 #64 sits outside a run station. It was the first airplane taken to Bunker Hill AFB.
Date: May 11, 1961
Item Type: Photograph