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Training Videos from WWII

The procedures described in these videos are slightly more complicated than the ones we use on single-engine planes—after all they do have four engines—but they are remarkably relevant to today’s private pilots.

How to Fly the Boeing B-29 Superfortress -1944

Boeing B-29 Superfortress Flight Engineer -1944

How to Fly the North American B-25 ‘Mitchell’ Medium Bomber (1944)

How to Fly the Boeing B-17 ‘Flying Fortress’ – Flight Procedures

How to Fly the Boeing B-17: Ground Operations – 1944

How to Fly the Boeing B-17 ‘Flying Fortress’

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