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Artist: Tim Forhan

Color: Black & White

Date: 2001

Medium: Pencil

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B17 909 - pencil drawing

This pencil drawing, that Tim Forhan has drawn, pictures a B-17 909 taking off of a runway.  The original big block 30 B-17G was created by Boeing Aircraft and got its' nickname of 'nine-0-nine' after the last three digits of the serial number (42-31909).  In December of 1943 the B-17 909 was added to the United States Army Air Force's (USAAF's) inventory, and was flown overseas in February of 1944, at which point the first bombing raid was made on Augsburg, Germany.  In total there were 18 bombing raids made on Berlin, which included 1,129 hours of flight time and 281 tons of bombs dropped.  As always, Tim has created, yet another, pencil drawing packed full of intricate details that any aircraft enthusiast is sure to enjoy.


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