B-29 Superfortress "Raz'n Hell"

During production in World War II, American airplane assembly plants completed 3,970 B-29 Superfortresses.

Many B-29s have been preserved, restored, and are on static display. Today, a total of about 22 complete B-29 airframes are currently on display in the United States.

Other Surviving B-29 Superfortress Aircraft

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Photographs of the B-29 Superfortress "Raz'n Hell"

B-29A Superfortress "Raz'n Hell" at the Castle Air Museum in Atwater, California
Composite aircraft built from three airframes:
B-29-75-BW 44-70064 ; B-29A-35-BN 44-61535 (the original Raz'n Hell); and B-29-50-BA 44-84084.
displayed as S/N 44-61535

Nose art on the left front side of the B-29A "Raz'n Hell" in California


Nose art on B-29A Superfortress "Raz'n Hell" in Atwater, California

Nose art on B-29A "Raz'n Hell"

Left fuselage view of the B-29A Superfortress "Raz'n Hell"

Left fuselage view of the B-29A Superfortress "Raz'n Hell" of the United States Air Force

Side view of the Boeing B-29A Superfortress "Raz'n Hell" of the United States Air Force

Side view of the Boeing B-29A "Raz'n Hell" of the United States Air Force

Nose view of B-29A Superfortress "Raz'n Hell" in California

Nose view of B-29A "Raz'n Hell" in California


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