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B-45A Tornado in Flight Over Water
(0061-0667)

North American Aviation's straight-wing B-45 Tornado, designed during 1944 and 1945, first flew in February 1947. It was the first jet bomber in service with the Air Force and the first four-jet airplane to fly in the United States. Versions included the longer-range B-45C with wingtip tanks and the photoreconnaissance version, the RB-45C. Rated as a light bomber by modern-day standards, it was the first four-jet aircraft to drop an atom bomb and the first to be refueled in midair. It had a wingspan of 89 feet, and it was 75 feet 11 inches long.


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Archival Paper
18"x24" (46cm x 61cm) Paper $59.99
24"x36" (61cm x 92cm) Paper $99.99
32"x44" (81cm x 112cm) Paper $149.99
44"x60" (112cm x153cm) Paper $269.99
Stretched Canvas
18"x24" (46cm x 61cm) Stretch $199.99
24"x36" (61cm x 91cm) Stretch $269.99
32"x44" (81cm x 111cm) Stretch $369.99
38"x50"(97cm x127cm) Stretch $569.99

Framed print with double mat
18"x24" (46cm x 61cm) Paper $229.99 See frames
24"x36" (61cm x 92cm) Paper $289.99 See frames

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