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B-17E Flying Fortress My Gal Sal National WW2 Museum New Orleans

The National World War Two Museum

"My Gal Sal". Currently on display at the National World War II Museum.

American Airpower Heritage Museum (CAF) Boeing Flying Fortress photo by Rod Dermo

Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress | Classic Warbirds

Find out the history of the Flying Fortress from drawing board to operational service. Includes technical details and museum locations.

4: Imperial War Museum, Duxford - 375,322 visitors in 2012.

Grin at the spectacular collection at Duxford Air Museum, with an active runway and big shows.

Taken at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum at Washington Dulles International Airport.

Clipper Flying Cloud - Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum at Washington Dulles International Airport.

JUL 29 1944 A B-17 Flying Fortress encounters heavy flak bursts over the target area.

JUL 29 1944 Bomber encounters Nazi rocket fighter Me 163 A Flying Fortress encounters heavy flak bursts over the target area.

B17 Flying Fortress. The final delivery of B17s was made in April 1945 bringing the total to 12,731. A third of these were lost in combat.  There are only about 100 left, and only 12 of these are airworthy worldwide.  rjp

The final delivery of was made in April 1945 bringing the total to A third of these were lost in combat. There are only about 100 left, and only 12 of these are airworthy worldwide.

Heinkel He 111H-6

Heinkel He 111H-6

militaryhistoryphotos: “ A B-17 Flying Fortress of the 388 Bomber Group, nicknamed ‘Tiger Girl.’ England, 1943. ”

Flying Fortress - "Tiger Girl", assigned to the 388 Bomber Group, England,

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