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Unknown/Generic Undesignated (53-2135)


27 Apr 19
Pima Air and Space Museum


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From PASM website:

Manufacturer: BOEING
Markings: 376th Bombardment Wing, Lockbourne AFB, Ohio, 1964
Designation: EB-47E
Serial Number: 53-2135
The U.S. Army Air Forces issued its first requirement for a jet bomber in 1943. However, it was not until after the war, when German research on high-speed aircraft became available that the design of the B-47 was finalized. The B-47 became the first all jet bomber produced anywhere in the world. Over two thousand Stratojets were built between 1947 and 1957. During the early 1960s a number of B-47E models were converted for use as electronic intelligence gathering aircraft. Additional antennas were mounted on the aircraft and a "capsule" was installed in the aircraft's bomb bay that carried additional equipment to monitor radar and radio signals as well as two additional crew members.

From Joe Bsuger's website:

53-2135, Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-55-DT Stratojet, converted to EB-47E. To MASDC Dec 8, 1964. Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
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