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What was one of the aspects which were unusual about the aircraft known as B-29 Superfortress?

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What was one of the aspects which were unusual about the aircraft known as B-29 Superfortress developed by American scientists at Boeing during World War II?

AVentral gun turrets
BAbility to carry a payload of up to 4,800 lb (2,200 kg) of bombs
CPressurised cabin
DNose and dorsal gun turrets

Correct Option: 3  

Explanation:
Pressurised cabin
The bomb payload was a feature of the B-29's predecessor the B-17. Nose, dorsal, and ventral gun turrets were a feature of an earlier design, the Douglas B-18 Bolo.
posted Apr 13, 2018 by Madhavi Latha

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