The Story of the Consolidated B-32 Bomber

Stephen Haring & James I. Long

In any discussion of American heavy bombers of WWII the aircraft most frequently mentioned are the B-17, the B-24 and the B-29. This is understandable, for those aerial workhorses were produced in great numbers, served in nearly every theater of war and formed the backbone of the U.S. Army Air Force’s strategic bombing against the Axis. It is equally understandable why the B-32, with only 115 produced (less than one tenth of one percent of the total), is the least remembered.

64 pages, paperback, 11 x 8.5
ISBN 0-933126-38-7

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