B-32 Dominator - The Last Air Battle (Days After WW2 Was Already Over)

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Consolidated's bomber, the B-32 Dominator, was the final heavy strategic bomber to enter the Army Air Forces' service. It was initially created as an alternative just in case development of the ambitious Boeing B-29 Superfortress failed. Before the conclusion of World War 2 in the Pacific, the Dominator was sent to Japan to fight, albeit in a limited capacity. Perhaps its most remarkable moment came when it took part in the last air battle of the war… days after the Japanese Emperor had announced Japan’s surrender.

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