Forgotten Aircraft: the Douglas XB-19

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Documentary (2007)

Production:
Bomberguy Aviation History

Short documentary on the Douglas XB-19, a pre-war giant American bomber prototype design beaten only in size by the 1946 Convair B-36 Peacemaker.

Also from this series:
Forgotten Aircraft documentaries

Douglas XB-19

FA XB-19 01.jpg
FA XB-19 02.jpg
FA XB-19 03.jpg
FA XB-19 04.jpg

After Pearl Harbor, XB-19 received a green paint like any other bomber.

FA XB-19 05.jpg

Curtiss P-40B Kittyhawk

FA XB-19 03-P-40.jpg
FA XB-19 04b.jpg


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