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Boeing B-29 Superfortress (N69972) - B-29 "DOC" departs Oshkosh during EAA Airventure 2019.
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Boeing B-29 Superfortress (N69972)

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B-29 "DOC" departs Oshkosh during EAA Airventure 2019.

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John Winters
Beautifully polished and restored war bird flying once again. What a nice piece of history.
Neil Klapthor
Beautiful restoration...nice shot. My father flew one of these as a "Typhoon Chaser" out of Guam in the early '50s.
Hank Titone
Very Nice
Such improvements over previous aircraft were incorporated into B-29’s .
serge LOTH
Tell me is there & or 2 B29 still flying??
Nice photo
Cbro4Photo Uploader
@Serge Loth: There are two flying. DOC is one and FIFI is the other.
Robert Cowling
It's still amazing to me that people practically lived in those planes, flying for major parts of a day to do their job. Amazing... The patriotism of those crews is beyond question. When I see the tail gunner position, I just can't even believe that people flew in there for hours. Salute!!!
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