The crew of the Enola Gay [back row (L-R) ] Major Ferebee, Captain Van Kirk, Colonel Tibbets, Captain Lewis
Mission and crew. Bockscar was flown on 9 August 1945, by the crew of another B-29, The Great Artiste, and piloted by Major Charles W. Sweeney, commander of the 393d
Bock’s Car Crew. On August 9, 1945, the Bock’s Car dropped an atomic bomb (the “Fat Man”) on Nagasaki, instantly killing tens of thousands of people.
Enola Gay es el nombre de un avión bombardero Boeing B-29 Superfortress que fue bautizado así en honor a Enola Gay Tibbets, madre de su piloto Paul Tibbets.
Enola Gay, Nagasaki Mission. Weather reconnaissance over Kokura. Crew B-10 (regularly assigned to Up An’ Atom) flew the plane. Capt. George W. Marquardt.
B-29 Superfortress. The Enola Gay in 1949, Paul Tibbets, 2nd from left. Flight crew of Enola Gay with Gen. Enola Gay just before mission. uploading payload into bomb bay
Enola Gay ist der Name des B-29-Bombers (Superfortress) der United States Army Air Forces, der die erste Atombombe („Little man“), die je in einem Konflikt
On August 6, 1945—70 years ago today—the B-29 bomber Enola Gay dropped an atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima. Twelve men were on that flight.
The site for the 509th Composite Group which during WWII was responsible planning and carrying out the plan to drop the first atomic bombs.