1950's -- Husky 1,000-pound demolition bombs hurtle from this U.S. Far East Air Forces B-29 "Superfort" of the 19th Bomb Group toward a Communist target somewhere beneath the cloud layers in Korea. Bomber Command "Superforts" are able to unload heavy tonnages of bombs with pin-point precision despite thick cloud coverage by use of new techniques in radar aiming. August 1951 (U.S. Air Force photo)
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