B-32 Dominator – The Last Air Battle (Days After WW2 Was Already Over)

B-32 Dominator

Consolidated’s bomber, the B-32 Dominator, was the final heavy strategic bomber to enter the U.S. Army Air Forces’ service. It was initially created as an alternative just in case development of the ambitious Boeing B-29 Superfortress failed. Before the conclusion of World War 2 in the Pacific, the Dominator was sent to Japan to fight, albeit in a limited capacity. Perhaps its most remarkable moment came when it took part in the last air battle of the war… days after the Japanese Emperor had announced Japan’s surrender.

Credit to : Dark Skies

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