The Boeing B-29 was the most advanced four engine bomber of World War II. It featured remote controlled machine gun turrets and a pressurized cabin which allowed for high altitude flight. It was used exclusively in the pacific theater, principally in raids against the Japanese home islands. This diecast metal model represents one of the B-29 survivors, "T-Square-54." This aircraft is on loan from the National Museum of the United States Air Force and is displayed in the Aviation Pavilion at the Museum of Flight, Seattle Washington. T-Square-54 was a part of the 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group and completed 37 combat missions during its tour of duty in WWII. This diecast metal model from the Postage Stamp line features authentic colors and markings are pad printed. Display stand (shown) is included. Length: 6" Wingspan: 8.5"
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