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B-23 Dragon Walkaround — slow but a first, 2 of 2

13 August 2014

B-23 Dragon Walkaround — slow but a first, 2 of 2

47° 07′ 54″ N / 122° 28′ 57″ W

[Note: the first part of this post published on the previous Monday]

B-23 Dragon — photo by Joseph May

The Dragon’s tail had a stinger (the then innovative tail gun position) — photo by Joseph May

B-23 Dragon — photo by Joseph May

Right main gear of this Douglas B-23 Dragon — photo by Joseph May

B-23 Dragon — photo by Joseph May

Douglas B-23 Dragon at the McChord Air Museum & Heritage Hill Air Park  — photo by Joseph May

B-23 Dragon — photo by Joseph May

Douglas B-23 Dragon nose position — photo by Joseph May

B-23 Dragon — photo by Joseph May

Looking over the right should of the B-23 Dragon — photo by Joseph May

B-23 Dragon — photo by Joseph May

B-23 Dragon tail gunners had excellent visibility to each side and well as below though, perhaps oddly, not directly to the rear — photo by Joseph May

B-23 Dragon — photo by Joseph May

B-23 Dragon in profile — photo by Joseph May

B-23 Dragon — photo by Joseph May

B-23 Dragon in wide-angle lens perspective — photo by Joseph May

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