The plane was called a B-17 Flying fortress.
perhaps you mean the 'flying fortress' a B17 bomber
Battle Stations - 2000 B17 Flying Fortress 2-8 was released on: USA: 2004
Great Planes - 2008 B17 Flying Fortress 2-10 was released on: USA: 11 September 2009
The B-17 .
Foot pedals controlled hydraulic motors
It was the Flying Fortress, dubbed so by a Seattle journalist and later adopted as the official name.
the flying fortress
The planes were B29's, also known as "Super-fortress" since they were larger than the workhorse bomber of WW2, the "Flying Fortress" or B17. The names of the two that dropped the bombs were "Enola Gay" and "BoxCar".
Yes, the nickname of the B-17 was "The Flying Fortress."
The Memphis Belle A Story of a Flying Fortress - 1944 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:PG
A flight of B17 Flying Fortress's.
Flying Fortress - also Iron Fortress for legendary survival rate in WWII.
man... I see them once a week. pop in a shroom and you'll be flying one yourself.
Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress
Dragon Ball - 1986 The Flying Fortress Vanished 2-4 was released on: USA: 14 February 2002
The Memphis Belle A Story of a Flying Fortress - 1944 was released on: USA: 13 April 1944 Belgium: 27 July 1945 (Brussels)
B17 is a relative reference. $B$17 is an absolute reference. See the related question below.
The Flying Fortress or the Fort, as the Americans called it. The Flying Coffin, according to German propaganda.
The Aviators - 2010 B-17 Flying Fortress 4-4 was released on: USA: 7 October 2013
3 with the Cofederate Air Force Flying Museum in Arizona
P51 Mustang, and the B-17 Flying Fortress