The B-17 Flying Fortress “Memphis Belle” was the most famous bomber, because she was the first heavy bomber in Hitler's European war theater to complete 25 combat missions and keep her entire crew alive. The Memphis Belle,was named for pilot Capt. Robert K. Morgan's wartime sweetheart, Ms.Margaret Polk. The preserved Memphis Belle remains on display at Mud Island in Memphis, Tennessee.
- Fully engraved panel lines and rivet details.
- Highly detailed cockpit interior.
- Highly detailed bomb bay.
- Optional position landing gear and bomb bay door.
- Nose armament with clear canopy.
- Manually operated ball-turret in the belly.
- 4 paddle-bladed propellers.
- Tail gunner and waist gunner compartments.
- Authentic decal markings for: Memphis Belle, 324th BS/91st BG/8th AF,June 1943 and Miss Ouachita, 322nd BS/91st BG/8th AF, Feb. 1944.