The B-17 mobile Fortress "MEMPHIS BELLE" (Serial No. 41-24485) was one of 12,750 B-17's built by the Boeing craft Co. The young woman was the nearly famous because she was the basic heavy bomber in Hitler's European war theatre to all-out 25 conflict missions and support her entire crew alive.
The Spruce Goose H-4 Hercules Aircraft | Registration NX37602 | Hughes Aircraft Company
The craft made its first and single flying on 2 November 1947. Built from conductor due to wartime raw corporeal restrictions on the use of aluminum, it was nicknamed the "Spruce Goose" by its critics. The Hercules is the bigger flying vessel always built, and has the largest wingspan and point of any craft in history.
Boeing B-29 Superfortress Bomber - HistoryLink.org
Famed for its World War II exploits, Boeing's Superfortress was planned before the war. The B-29 was nuclear physicist nearest the war's midpoint, winged on September 21, 1942, assembled and employed in large numbers during the conflict. It successfully performed several roles during 15 months of combat, including bomber, minelayer, photoreconnaissance, search and rescue, and electronic warfare.