Boeing B-47E "Stratojet"
Engines: 6 General Electric J47-GE-LF of 7,200 lbs. thrust each; Maximum speed: 610 mph.; Cruising Speed 540 mph.; Service Ceiling: 47,000 ft.; Weight: 200,000 lbs. loaded; Span: 116 ft.; Length: 107 ft. 1 in.; Height: 28 ft. - The Stratojet, the word's first swept-wing bomber, made its initial flight on December 17, 1947 and normally carried a crew of three men. The B-47E on display at the Air Force Museum, W-PAFB, Ohio, is the last Series "E" airplane built.|