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The Museum of Flight, “Cacooned” B-29 Superfortress, Seattle, WA
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It may look like art from Christo but it’s a thin shrink wrapped plastic covering that protects the Museum’s Superfortress until it can be fully restored. The wings are stored in another Museum warehouse. The Museum's B-29, known as T-Square 54, fought in the Pacific during World War II, flying 37 bombing missions with the 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.
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