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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

[B-58 Anniversary Flight]

Description: B.A. Erickson, C.P. Harrison, and J.D. McEachern get into the crew stations of a Convair B-58 airplane on the B-58 Anniversary Flight.
Date: October 30, 1958
Item Type: Photograph

B-58 Flight Crew

Description: The flight crew of one of the Convair B-58 airplanes walks from their plane after a flight. Pilots Left to Right: A.S Witchell, G.C. Tate, and C.T. Jones]
Date: January 16, 1958
Item Type: Photograph

B-58 Flight Crew

Description: The flight crew of one of the Convair B-58 airplanes walks away after disembarking. Pilots Left to Right: A.S Witchell, G.C. Tate, and C.T. Jones
Date: January 16, 1958
Item Type: Photograph

B-58 Flight Crew

Description: The flight crew of one of the Convair B-58 airplanes takes down notes after a flight. Pilots Left to Right: A.S Witchell, G.C. Tate, and C.T. Jones]
Date: January 16, 1958
Item Type: Photograph

B-58 Flight Crew preparing for Bendix Trophy run

Description: The Convair B-58 flight crew make final preparations with another officer before a flight from Los Angeles to New York. This flight would win the 1962 Bendix Trophy: Lt. John T. Walton, Capt. Robert G. Sowers, and Capt. Robert McDonald.
Date: March 5, 1962
Item Type: Photograph

B-58 Flight Crew preparing for flight to Paris

Description: The B-58 flight crew writes down information for a flight from New York to Paris. This flight would win the Harmon and Mackay trophies. L to R: Maj. Payne, Capt. Wagener and Capt. Polhelmus. Patch on Capt. Polhelmus' flight suit is 64th Bomb Squadron of the 43rd Bomb Wing.
Date: May 26, 1961
Item Type: Photograph