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    Default Uber bomber B-36 Peacemaker

    Hello folks.
    We have so much times discussed this monstrous airplain in the different thread - i think we need the separate thread for this.
    One of the biggest military/transport aircraft
    Just look for the childish B-29 near the B-36

    The B-36D modification had a 10 engines ( 6 pistons and 4 turbo-jet).
    BTW it comes to the service only in the 1949.When the soviets was already developing the mig-17 that could theretically reached the B-36.
    IMO the real military work was limited mostly for the photo-Reconnaissance (RB-36).
    The relatively short period of the mass production 1949-1954 prowed the fact that the B-36 was unable to make its work in the new Jet Fighters era. This was a super-expensive but useless toy in period of cold war.
    But it look so great and......exclusive
    i like it.

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    Yep, good movie, though maybe the cast was wrong, I dont know. Didnt Stewart fly in Bombers in WW2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firefly View Post
    Yep, good movie, though maybe the cast was wrong, I dont know. Didnt Stewart fly in Bombers in WW2?
    Yup! He was a B-26 Marauder pilot on the ETO...

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    Excellent thread Chevan...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickdfresh View Post
    Yup! He was a B-26 Marauder pilot on the ETO...
    He even flew several missions over North Vietnam in B-52s.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdf27 View Post
    He even flew several missions over North Vietnam in B-52s.....
    Yup. He was in fact a career Air Force Reserve officer...

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    The modification B-36D with additional 2x2 turbojet engeens Allison J45.( first flyight 1949).
    The service selling was 12 162 m.
    BTW this was lower then maximal altitude of the Mig-15 ( 15 000 m).
    The ONLY later modification B-36J-III was able to reach the 15 000 in the 1953 However in this time the Mig-17 was ready for the combat misssions.
    So as we could see neither B-36D nor B-36J was not unattainable for the Soviet aviation teoretically.

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    Ummm.... don't put too much faith in the official performance figures is all I'll say to that one. I've seen far too many accounts of B-36s penetrating Soviet airspace on recon flights and too few accounts of them being shot down (rather a lot of other aircraft types were) to believe that. Either the B-36 was considered too vulnerable to try (unlikely as it was pretty much the entire US deterrent force at the time and was apparently considered satisfactory - and also that they sent in far lower performance aircraft like B-29s) or it was pretty safe from the defences.
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    Of course the contrary may be true as well. Mind you the US always ran a fine line in the risk business during the Cold War. The B-47 was the better operator I think. Also thats why the US developed a recce B-57.

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    The B-47 has its bulnerabitities as shown in the unclassified document from Balistic Research Laboratories (www.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/GetTRDoc?AD=ADA304469 ).
    That is the reason why it was discontinued. The new B-57 wasnt perfect but much of the problems its predecessor had were fixed.
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