New B-29 plane towed out of a plant and takes off in the United States during World War II.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:3 min 51 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Army Air Forces film about B-29 aircraft construction. A completed B-29 bomber towed out of the construction factory during World War 2. Wheels of the bomber. Workers in plant weld, bolt and do other work to complete another B-29 plane. Women and men working in the plant look up and smile on hearing one of the new B-29 aircraft in flight overhead. Aerial views of B-29 in flight. Wing area and tactical gear of the plane. Close-up view of revolutionary flap design that constitutes one fifth of the wing area. Flaps shown moving on the aircraft. Close-up view of landing gear descending. B-29 aircraft lands. View of guns mounted on plane. Pilots shake hands with crew member. B-29 flight crew in briefing to receive information about bombing objective over Japan. Laborers assisting with loading and unloading the aircraft. B-29 taking off and again seen in flight.
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