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Designation: B-47E

Boeing EB-47E

Boeing EB-47E (B-47E) Stratojet

A picture of the Boeing EB-47E Stratojet

The U.S. Army Air Forces issued its first requirement for a jet bomber in 1943.  However, it was not until after the war, when German research on high speed aircraft became available, that the design of the B-47 was finalized.  The B-47 became the first all-jet bomber produced anywhere in the world.  Over two thousand Stratojets were built between 1947 and 1957.  During the early 1960s, a number of B-47E models were converted for use as electronic intelligence-gathering aircraft.  Additional antennas were mounted on the aircraft and a “capsule” was installed in the aircraft’s bomb bay that carried additional equipment to monitor radar and radio signals as well as two additional crew.

Wingspan 116 ft

Wingspan

Length 109 ft 10 in.

Length

Height 27 ft 11 in.

Height

Weight 206,700 lbs (loaded)

Weight

Max. Speed 606 MPH

Maximum Speed

Service Ceiling 40,500 ft

Service Ceiling

Range 4,000 miles

Range

Engines Six General Electric J47-GE-25A turbojets with 6,000 pounds of thrust each

Engines

Crew 5

Crew


Manufacturer
Boeing

Markings
376th Bombardment Wing, Lockbourne AFB, Ohio, 1964

Serial Number
53-2135

Designation
EB-47E

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