NEIL ANDERSON TALKS ABOUT HIS CRASH LANDING OF YF-16 SHIP 2

RESTORATION OF LAST B-36 IN FORT WORTH, TEXAS

THE LAST B-36 BOMBER BUILT

Convair XC-99 transport derivative of B-36 on public display

Silent film.

BUZZ JOB

Convair B-36 makes a low pass over a Fort Worth neighborhood. 8mm film via Lt. Col. Frank F. Kleinwechter.

"SIZE 36"

"Size 36"  The first public movie film with details of the B-36 "PEACEMAKER" nuclear bomber

B-36 Vapor Trails at 38,000 feet

B-36 engine exhausts through the rear-facing propellers produced helical vapor trails.

B-36 Flight Ops at Carswell AFB 1949

8mm film by Lt. Col. Frank F. Kleinwechter.

B-58 HUSTLER hitches a ride under a B-36

Mr. Bill Plumlee describes the ferry flight of a B-58 HUSTLER airframe from Fort Worth, TX to Dayton, OH.

Retirement of the B-36 fleet

The entire B-36 fleet was retired by February 1959. First scene by Lt. Col. Frank Kleinwechter aboard a b-36 enroute to destruction at Davis-Monthan AFB AZ.  Last scene is retirement of the last B-36 built at Fort Worth.

Project "TANBO" (Tanker-Bomber)

Engineering tests to convert the B-36 bomber into an aerial refueling tanker.

B-36 images slideshow

A COMPILATION OF B-36 IMAGES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES