What Was the Plane That Dropped the First Atomic Bomb?

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The plane that dropped the first atomic bomb in Hiroshima was named, Enola Gay. The year was 1945, during World War Two when United States president Harry Truman ordered the bombing on Japan. The plane was piloted by Paul W. Tibbets Jr.
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Enola Gay and Bockscar were both Boeing B-29 Superfortress' Enola Gay dropped Little Boy on Hiroshima on the 6th August 1945 Bockscar dropped Fat Man on Nagasaki on the 9th August
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The atomic bomb is something so deadly the effects are felt for generations. To this day the only country to have dropped one is the United States.
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The Enola Gay was used to drop the first atomic bomb in combat. The Bock's Car
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