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Boeing B-29 Superforts Go to War DVD Vol. 1
World War 2 color photos of Boeing B-29 Superfortress bombers and their crews and North American P-51 Mustangs fighters operating from Tinian and Saipan  against Japan in World War 2,  as shown in the films The Last Bomb and Saipan Superforts
Still photos taken from the films
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-Boeing B-29 Superforts Go to War DVD
Volume 1
All videos with new digital image restorations 1/5/2017
Six films featuring the fantastic Boeing B-29 Superfortress
Includes 92-page Pilot's Manual All on one DVD

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Boeing B-29 Superforts Go to War DVD Volume 1
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* Boeing B-29 "Superfortress" Flight Procedures and Combat Crew Functioning(1944, B&W,36:17) This is a thorough pilot's view introduction to the premier bomber of World War II. Faster than a Zero, the peak of piston engine technology, with remote controlled gun turrets and a pressurized cabin, the Superfortress was the prime instrument in the Air Corp's very long range attack on the Japanese home islands. Stalin was so impressed with this plane that he ordered the Tupolev bureau to copy interned B-29s exactly. Over 1,000 of these "Tu4" clones formed the core of the Soviet Air Force during the early years of the cold war.
The Last Bomb
color, 37:00) "The Last Bomb" vividly documents one of the almost forgotten chapters of World War II: the extreme long range B-29 bombing raids on Japan. Launched from hard won Pacific islands, these missions were over 3,000 miles round trip and could take 12 hours or more to complete. You'll also see the huge B-29 bases that were carved out on Guam, Tinian and Saipan. This rare late war color film, shot by combat camera men, documents all aspects of a XXI Bomber Command long distance daylight strike carried out at just 12,000' (!) on Tokyo in 1945. The mission is covered from initial planning stage by General Curtis LeMay and his staff, through fighter action and "bombs away" over target, to final touch down. As an added bonus, there's plenty of spectacular gun camera footage taken by escorting P-51 Mustangs ranging over southern Japan seeking targets of opportunity in the air and on the deck. These Mustang sorties were some of the longest and riskiest missions undertaken by any fighters during World War II. Just imagine -- flying thousands of miles over trackless ocean in a single en gin ship to take on the enemy over their own territory!
* Saipan Superforts
Color Exclusive production Newly discovered color footage of Saipan's 73rd Bomb Wing. Pulse pounding B-29 action plus memorable pin up nose art.
* Air War Against Japan: XXI Bomber Command
A concise history of XXI Bomber Bomber Command's strategic B-29 campaign against the Japanese home islands. Both day and night B-29 actions.
* B-29s Over Dixie
(1944, B&W 20:00) A fascinating look inside the huge B-29 production facility built from scratch in Marrietta, Georgia. Includes detailed views of revolutionary new production techniques, assembly line work, and the training and care of thousands of new workers. The Georgia operation was much more than a manufacturing plant, it involved the creation of a complex community in an amazingly short time. This film is a tribute to the massive American war effort that was an essential element in the victory of the Allies.

*Target Invisible
(1945, B&W 8:00) New Updated Version 9/2018 Remarkable documentary on how airbourne radar was used for navigation and bombing on B-29 night strikes against Japan. Rare footage of radar in action on an actual Super Fortress mission. This story was so highly classified, it couldn't be told to the
American people until after Japan surrendered.
*92 page Boeing B-29 Superfortress pilot's manual (Dated January 25th, 1944) in .pdf file format with photos, detailed systems diagrams, procedures & more. You can't really grasp the awe inspiring complexity of the B-29 Superfortress until you've read this pilot's handbook. Pilot's manual viewable on computer DVD player. Don't have a DVD player on your computer? We can put the manual on a separate CD-ROM! (Click here for info,)
Pilot's manual viewable on computer DVD player. Don't have a DVD player on your computer? We can put the manual on a separate CD-ROM! (Click here for info,)
Watch "How to Fly The Boeing B-29" from our Boeing B-29 DVD

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