“Makes a powerful bombing run along a line. To deploy your aircraft, tap any building and unit in the enemy's base. When they've finished their attack, they may be redeployed.”

Historical Description[edit | edit source]

Of all of the bombers used during World War II, the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress was one of the most feared aircraft in the American Allies’ fleet. Not only did they drop over 640,000 tons of bombs during the war, but each was equipped with six different 12.7mm machine gun turrets to defend against enemy fighters. These bombers would fly in a box formation, giving gunners the ability to aim their turret at any position needed.

The B-29 Heavy Bomber was created by the United States during WWII. Most famous for the dropping atomic bombs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan.

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