News ItemThe National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
Nov 4, 2013 –
The Museum recently received the fuselage, wings, and engines of an iconic Boeing B-47 Stratojet aircraft, the country’s first sweptwing, multiengine bomber. It represented a milestone in aviation history and a revolution in aircraft design. At 107 ft. long, with a wing span of 116 ft., the aircraft will reside at the Museum’s outdoor exhibit area, Heritage Park. The Museum is actively raising money to complete the full exhibit, which will include reassembly of this historic airplane. This outdoor exhibit for visitor viewing will be completed soon. Visit www.nuclearmuseum.org for more information.