By David Donald
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In the USAF the jet-assisted KB-50J went on tanking until the last pair were struck off charge in Vietnam in 1963. But this is not really the end of the story. Back in 1943 Josef Stalin began a major campaign to get B-29s. He never succeeded, and work began on a Soviet copy, though smaller and without the complex armament. Then out of the blue, on 29 July 1944, a B-29 made an emergency landing in the Soviet Union near In the 1950s Two more arrived later (one of them was the General H. H. Arnold Special, the 175th to be built and Vladivostok after bombing Japan.
The C-2 had the ice/snow skids, the C-3 was a specialised minelayer, and the C-4 was an Arctic-equipped torpedo carrier with no forwardfiring all, armament. Up-gunning in wartime During their active careers, were almost all fitted with the in 1942, surviving He 115s of all kinds MG 81Z twin machine-gun package in MG 15 in the radio operator's cockpit. This was a neater and very much faster-firing installation which did go some way to improving defensive firepower. Some aircraft, and possibly most, 151/20 under the nose, in a were retrofitted with a powerful prominent box which also housed the ammunition.
The wings had simple slotted flaps, the tailplane was fixed and there were large trim tabs on all control surfaces. The fuselage was arranged to accommodate a crew of three. The pilot's cockpit was above the wing leading edge, covered by a sliding canopy. In the glazed nose was a seat for the observer who also had a bombsight and, in an upper cupola, an 15 machine-gun. Above the trailing 15 edge was the cockpit for the radio operator, who also had an for upper rear defence. The fuselage beneath the wing was designed as an internal weapons bay, able to accommodate an 800-kg (1,763lb) torpedo or three SC250 1250-kg (550-lb) bombs.