Enola Gay & Bockscar (Assembled in Nebraska) The planes that dropped the atomic bombs upon Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. The B "Superfortress" of WWII. August 6, - The dropping of "Little Boy" over Hiroshima. The "Enola Gay" () was named for the the pilot's mother Enola Gay . Jun 09, · “Enola Gay” “Bockscar” – USAF Museum Between 19almost 4, B’s were constructed, but today only 26 complete airframes remain either in museums or under restoration (with a further 8 incomplete airframes) and only one of these is still flight capable.
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The wings of the Boeing B Superfortress Enola Gay are reunited with the fuselage for the first time since by National Air and Space Museum restoration specialists at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, April 10,