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Retired Brigadier General Paul W. Tibbets talks about his experience flying a B-29 Stratofortress, known as the Enola Gay, and dropping the first atomic bomb used as a weapon during World War II.  He also autographed copies of his book "The Return of the Enola Gay," during a book-signing event in the Pentagon on December 10, 2003..Mandatory Credit: Jim Varhegyi - U.S. Air Force via CNP
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Retired Brigadier General Paul W. Tibbets talks about his experience flying a B-29 Stratofortress, known as the Enola Gay, and dropping the first atomic bomb used as a weapon during World War II. He also autographed copies of his book "The Return of the Enola Gay," during a book-signing event in the Pentagon on December 10, 2003..Mandatory Credit: Jim Varhegyi - U.S. Air Force via CNP

Filename: 031313USAF-History095.jpg
Source: Consolidated News Photos
Date: 10 Dec 2003
Location: Washington District of Columbia United States of America
Credit: Jim Varhegyi - U.S. Air Force via CNP
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Restrictions: Cleared for public release by Senior Master Sgt. Rick Burnham Superintendent Det. 16 AFNews, 703-696-1158 afpn
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