Reports by Air Force Magazine and the Air Force Association reveal the plans of the National Air and Space Museum to exhibit Enola Gay, the B-29 that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, as a prop in a political horror show. A great controversy ensues, and under pressure from Congress, the news media, and public opinion, the exhibit is canceled and the museum director is fired. Read a chronology, AFA special reports and analyses, and Air Force Magazine articles and editorials in this special collection: The Enola Gay Controversy
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