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Edmund Eddie Allen

Chief Test Pilot

The Boeing Company

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The Boeing Company

100 North Riverside

Chicago, Illinois,60606

United States

Company Description

Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems. A top U.S. exporter, the company supports airlines and U.S. and allied government customers in 150 countries. Boeing produ... more

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B29 - Boeing B-29 "Superfortress"

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Flown by Boeing's chief test pilot, Edmund T. Allen on a two-hour powerplant performance test, one of the planes engines caught fire.
Due to the significant use of magnesium, the engine fire eventually burned through the wing spar, causing the wing to break apart. The crash killed many ?lite Boeing personnel involved in the design; the pilot, Allen, was chief of the Research Division.


Vladimir Arts- Enduring Eddie by John Young

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Named after the famous Boeing test pilot Edmund T. "Eddie" Allen, the aircraft was paid for by donations from the employees of Boeing Wichita and given to the USAAF as a gift.
Allen gave his life in the crash of the B-29 prototype, trying to nurse the burning aircraft back to base in order to analyze the source of the problem.


Chronology of Aviation History for 1943

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February 18, 1943 (Seattle, Washington) - The second completed Boeing B-29 Superfortress heavy bomber catches fire in the air and crashes into a building just north of Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington, killing all ten aboard the plane - including famed Boeing test pilot Edmund "Eddie" Allen - and 19 or 20 people on the ground. [1,3]


Art Aviation WW2 invading japan original painting prints

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Named after Boeing test pilot Edmund T. "Eddie" Allen.


Boeing B-29B Superfortress WW II Four-engine Heavy Bomber

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Flown by Boeing's chief test pilot, Edmund T. Allen on a two-hour powerplant performance test, leaking fuel from a filler cap in the leading edge ran down inside the leading-edge and ignited spreading to the engines, due to the much reduced power the aircraft, unable to climb, crashed into the Frye meat-packing plant, demolishing the majority of the packing plant and killing all eleven crew, 22 employees at the plant and one fireman.
The crash killed many élite Boeing personnel involved in the design; the pilot, Allen, was chief of the Research Division.


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