Convair B-36 Links.
(Link to another B-36 related site by clicking on any picture below.)
Meet B-36 Veterans at the B-36 Era and Cold War Forum:
Meyers Jacobsen, author of several books about the B-36, has created the B-36 Hangar, a web site devoted to the type. You will see several familiar pictures displayed there.
7th Bomb Wing B-36 Association
Art prints of paintings by Raymond Paul Moats are available at Artflight. He has painted an attractive study of an RB-36E.
Don Pyeatt hosts a site that describes the "Big Stick" of the Cold War.
Don Pyeatt has also created a page of links to B-36 related web sites.
There is a B-36 and Cold War discussion forum at Delphi.com
John's Peacemaker Page created by John Henderson has pictures of the Fort Worth B-36J restoration.
John (Zimmy) Zimmerman was a B-36 crewman with the 492 Bomb Squadron [H]. His web site has some photographs from his time in the Air Force.
The Center for Land Use Interpretation has recently placed a marker at the site where a Mark 17 hydrogen bomb landed after falling from a B-36 over New Mexico.
Dennis Jenkins has produced another large B-36 book: Magnesium Overcast.
Meyers Jacobsen has authored another book about the Convair B-36 Peacemaker: A Photo Chronicle.
Convair B-36 : A Comprehensive History of America's 'Big Stick by Meyers K. Jacobsen. Mr. Jacobsen has been compiling this history for at least a quarter of a century.
Warbird Tech: Convair B-36 Peacemaker . This volume by Dennis Jenkins contains a surprising amount of information that did not get into "The Big Stick".
The history of the efforts to preserve B-36J, 52-22827 at Fort Worth is well documented in "B-36: Saving the Last Peacemaker"; Second Edition, an html book on CD. This CD-ROM is viewed with your internet browser.
B-36: Moving the Last Peacemaker. These 875 photos show photographically the effort expended by all of the volunteers over a nine year period to save the aircraft. This CD-ROM is a self contained slide show that does not require a browser to view.
Go to the main Convair B-36 page.
Go to home page of the Goleta Air and Space Museum.
Send a message to Brian.
Edited December 10, 1999