Bellevue, Nebraska: World's First B-52G
The granddaddy of America's G class atomic bombers, on a pedestal behind a fence.
- Nelson Drive, Bellevue, NE
- On the northwest corner of Offutt Air Force Base. US Hwy 75/Kennedy Fwy south to Hwy 370/Harlan Drive. Drive east, then immediately turn south onto Fort Crook Rd. The B-52 will be on the left (east) side at the corner of Fort Crook Rd and Nelson Drive.
World's First B-52
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At the northwest corner of Offutt Air Force Base you can gaze upon a military gray B-52G, the first one ever. It's mounted on a pedestal, behind a fence.
[Thanks to tipster John Van Huffel for noting that this is the oldest B-52G, not the oldest B-52 period.]
[RoadsideAmerica.com Team, 09/29/2007]
May 30, 2016
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