Flown by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF), the Boeing B-29 Super Fortress was one of the most sophisticated aircraft of World War II. This four-engine heavy bomber plane saw action during World War II and the Korean War, where it walloped enemy forces with its powerful artillery. A derivative of the B-17 Flying Fortress, the B-29 had a pressurized cabin and advanced weaponry system. Considered an advanced bomber during its time, the B-29 had remote-controlled guns and an electronic fire-control system. Even after the war, the Superfortress remained in service and retired only in 1960, nearly 20 years after it made its first flight.
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