The B-17 bomber that crashed was one of 13,000 made. They were true workhorses - CNN - ww2 vintage american bombers


Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress - Wikipedia ww2 vintage american bombers

The B-25 Mitchell was a twin-engined medium bomber used in World War II, and manufactured by North American Aviation. The B-25 was named in honor.

The American bomber arm excelled to new heights by the end of the war in 1945 - resulting in larger, pressurized designs carrying remote-operated guns and.

A rare World War Two-era plane has crashed at an airport in the US state of Connecticut, killing seven people. Thirteen people were on board the vintage Boeing B-17 - dubbed the Flying Fortress - when it went down and burst into flames minutes after take-off outside Hartford on.