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Movie still of a B-17G Fortress with the 92nd Bomb Group flying from RAF Podington in Bedfordshire, England fitted with two Disney Bombs in underwing bomb racks, Feb 1945. Photo 1 of 2.Movie still of a B-17G Fortress with the 92nd Bomb Group flying from RAF Podington in Bedfordshire, England fitted with two Disney Bombs in underwing bomb racks, Feb 1945. Photo 2 of 2.
Movie still of a B-17G Fortress with the 92nd Bomb Group flying from RAF Podington in Bedfordshire, England fitted with two Disney Bombs in underwing bomb racks, Feb 1945. Photo 1 of 2.Movie still of a B-17G Fortress with the 92nd Bomb Group flying from RAF Podington in Bedfordshire, England fitted with two Disney Bombs in underwing bomb racks, Feb 1945. Photo 2 of 2.
United States Army Air Forces Major Byron Trent, commanding officer of the 333rd Bomb Squadron, 94th Bomb Group at RAF Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England with a Disney Bomb on a bomb lifting carriage, 1945.Diagram of the Disney Bomb from the United States Army Air Force’s Project Ruby Report, 1946.
United States Army Air Forces Major Byron Trent, commanding officer of the 333rd Bomb Squadron, 94th Bomb Group at RAF Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England with a Disney Bomb on a bomb lifting carriage, 1945.Diagram of the Disney Bomb from the United States Army Air Force’s Project Ruby Report, 1946.
Diagram showing the comparative sizes of the six bombs tested in the joint Royal Air Force/United States Army Air Force’s Project Ruby. From the Project Ruby Report, 1946.Disney Bomb warhead after extraction from the reinforced concrete roof of the Watten Bunker near Watten, France, 27 Jan 2009, over 60 years after it was dropped there. Note the lack of deformation to the nose.
Diagram showing the comparative sizes of the six bombs tested in the joint Royal Air Force/United States Army Air Force’s Project Ruby. From the Project Ruby Report, 1946.Disney Bomb warhead after extraction from the reinforced concrete roof of the Watten Bunker near Watten, France, 27 Jan 2009, over 60 years after it was dropped there. Note the lack of deformation to the nose.
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