B-36 PEACEMAKER 

                  


This site is dedicated to the thousands of people who built,
maintained and flew the "Big Stick" of the Cold War.


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WELCOME TO THE WEBSITE OF THE COLD WAR'S MOST EFFECTIVE NUCLEAR DETERRENT - CONVAIR'S B-36 BOMBER, THE PEACEMAKER.

 

SITE INDEX

History

"Why not Tulsa?" History of Convair in Texas

"B-36: Bomber at the Crossroads"

Notable Mishaps

THE FIRST INCIDENT 

THE FIRST CRASH

BROKEN ARROW 

MID AIR! 

TORNADO!

LACOCK, UK CRASH  Feb. 7, 1953.

RANDOM ISLAND, NEWFOUNDLAND 

THE ALBUQUERQUE INCIDENT

Specifications and Variants

Joe Baugher's Aircraft Encyclopedia.

XB-36

B-36

YB-60

NB-36H

RB-36F

XC-99

The Peacemaker

Gallery of U.S. Nuclear Tests

Operation Teapot

Teapot HA

The Saga of the Last B-36

Contributor's Page

The Awesome Sound of the B-36

Links Page

B-36 Books

 

 

 


 

B-36: Saving the Last Peacemaker Third Edition
Revised and expanded
Third Edition Now Available

 

9 December 2006

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B-36 Discussion Forum
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     B-36 HOMEHistorical references and significant events, including the history of Convair in Texas and notable mishaps suffered by B-36s.  Tornado damage photos and reports of the first "Broken Arrow" loss of a nuclear weapon are in this section.Specs and VariantsThe Peacemaker.  The nuclear delivery capability of this aircraft prevented the Soviets from spreading their terror across Europe.

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The last one built and its bid for immortality.Contributor's SectionThat Awesome Sound.  Pipe this into your stereo and give your neighbors a taste of the sound of freedom.B-36 Books and links to other B-36 sites.