Flight of lthe Hog Wild B-29 Superfortress over North Korea

B-29 Superfortress "Hog Wild" Flight over North Korea, Search for North Korea's Nuclear Weapons Program.  The true story of the DPRK North Korean Atomic Bomb Program which started in WW2.

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The Hog Wild, The truth about the North Korean Nuclear Weapons Program
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By Bill Streifer and Irek Sabitov. History of North Korea's Atomic Bomb Program and the DPRK Nuclear Weapons Program.  Plus, the history of flights to support our soldiers, POW's in North Korea.  North Koreas Atomic Bomb is real and it has been started by the research from the Japanese Government in World War 2. Flight of the B-29 Superfortress which was shot down over Konan in 1945. 

Доказательства в Северной Корее атомной бомбы и химических боевых возможностей. Плюс, история полеты, чтобы поддержать наших военнослужащих, военнопленных в Северной Корее. Северная Корей атомная бомба может быть реальной и, возможно, он приступил к исследованиям с правительством Японии в мировой войны 2. Полет на B-29 сверхмощная который был сбит над Конана в 1945 году.

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From the Webmaster:  As the research into Japan's Nuclear Weapons goes on, it turns out that the research has moved into becoming the long history of North Koreas Nuclear Weapons program.   Bill Streifer is a master researcher who spends every day, all day, doing research on this historic North Korean (DPRK) Nuclear Weapons program which until now was thought to have never existed until a few years ago.  However, it turns out that Nuclear Weapons have been under development, in North Korea, since the late 1930's.  Bill Streifer has made tremendous discoveries, Now including a five thousand word question and answer paper from a North Korean defector, along with maps that have never been revealed before.  I have spoken with Bill on an almost daily basis since 2008 and he not only researches his work, but he gets official documents through the freedom of information act from agencies like the OSS.  Bill is working directly with Irek Sabitov from Ufa Russia in the production of his new book, the Flight of the Hog Wild.  Bill has about four hundred consultants that have contributed to his research efforts.  Truly Amazing.  C. Jeff Dyrek, Webmaster.

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Shimatsu - Proof Of Fukushima Weapons Program
Uses work of Flight of the Hog Wild in its research references.

Fukushima’s Long Link to a Dark Nuclear Past


On August 29, 1945, an American B-29 was forced down by Soviet fighters over northern Korea. The thirteen-man crew survived. They were then interned at the Konan POW camp in Hungnam, (North) Korea for 18 days.

While they were there, they met Soviet pilots and officers, as well as British, Australian and at least one Canadian POW - some of which are still alive. The first chapter of the book The Flight of the Hog Wild, co-written by Irek Sabitov (a Russian journalist) and Bill Streifer (an American researcher), is a "featured article" on Gary Powers, Jr's website www.ColdWarTimes.com

  I am on a mission to interview (or videotape) the Americans, Russians, Australian, British, and Canadians who were at the Konan POW camp when the prisoners and the B-29 crew returned home in mid-September 1945. If you would like to take part in this project, get back to me at your earliest convenience


      Nearly sixty-five years ago, the Chicago Daily Tribune ran a front-page story on a 19-year-old Chicagoan name Arthur Strilky. He shared his incredible story with Arthur Veysey, a Tribune foreign correspondent, about a mission over North Korea , that has all but faded from history. On August 29, 1945 , a B-29 “Superfortress,” called the “Hog Wild,” was sent on a “mercy mission” to drop food and medical supplies to the Konan POW Camp in the port city, now known as Hungnam . When they arrived, and for reasons still unknown, the bomber was shot down by Russian Yak fighters, forcing the plane to crash-land on a small Soviet airfield. The crew then spent the next eighteen days interned at the POW camp along with approximated 350 British and Australian prisoners of war.

One of the plane’s engines burst into flames which forced the B-29’s commander, Lieut. Joseph Queen, to order six of the crew to bail out into the cold and turbulent Sea of Japan, while seven others braced for impact. Although some of the crew suffered from hypothermia and shock, miraculously, none of the crew was killed.

      Unbeknownst to the American government or the Army Air Corps, the Hog Wild had crash landed in the vicinity of a chemical factory in Hungnam , and a uranium mine in nearby Hamhung, both operated by the Japanese. Today, North Korea is suspected of stockpiling chemical weapons and has recently admitted they are processing uranium for their atomic weapons program. Just last month, North Korea detonated a nuclear weapon which Russian scientists estimate was “about equal to the U.S. atom bomb dropped on Nagasaki in Japan during World War II.”

Meanwhile, Arthur Strilky (now 83), the sole surviving member of the Hog Wild crew, enjoys driving his sports car around town, and racing sailboats for the Columbia Yacht Club in Chicago.

Rumors of Nuclear Activity in North Korea began in 1945, Bill Streifer

Bill Streifer is a researcher and author on topics including Japan’s nuclear weapons program during WWII and U.S. intelligence. He is currently co-authoring a book with Irek Sabitov, a Russian journalist, concerning events surrounding the downing of a B-29 bomber by Soviet fighters shortly after the Japanese surrender at the end of WWII. The book is entitled "The Flight of the Hog Wild.


Japan's First Atomic Bomb was exploded two days after Hiroshima.
This is where North Koreas Atomic Bomb program started. This is the ture story of the DPRK Nuclear Weapons Program, the North Korean Atomic Weapons Program and Very Possibly the start of the Russian Nuclear Atomic Bomb Production programs.

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   The Flight 

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Bill Streifer

Irek Darvishevich Sabitov  

“The Circumstances of the case give me the greatest anxiety…”

General Douglas MacArthur

Sept. 4, 1945

An Introduction

“The more I read of your research, the stranger the whole affair becomes. Some of your work is bringing back memories and questions I had at the time but dismissed as contemporary events, overwhelmed my attention”

Tech Sgt. Arthur Strilky

Hog Wild’s Radio Operator


Crew of the Hog Wild B-29 Bomber aircraft

This a photo of the Hog Wild and its original crew, although (suspiciously) at least four of the regular crewman were replaced by squadron level officers for this mission. Although the airplane commander, pilot, navigator, Arthur Strilky, and others are in the photo... its not the crew of the 13 that were shot down by the Soviets. 

On August 29, 1945 , on the very day that General Douglas MacArthur became Supreme Commander of Allied Forces after the Japanese had surrendered, and coincidently on the day known by Koreans as a “day of national shame,” the U.S. sent a B-29 called the Hog Wild on a mission to Konan in northern Korea , a city now known as Hungnam .

Under the guise of a “mercy mission” to a former Japanese POW camp, now under the control of the Soviet Union , three B-29s with supplies for 600 men were sent to the North Korean camp believed to house only 156 British and Australian prisoners.

It is becoming apparent that the true mission of the third B-29 to arrive at Konan, Korea that day was not as it appeared or had pretended to be. In actuality, the Hog Wild was on a photo recon mission over an area of Korea which the American military had never seen before

The Airplane Commander, Lieut. Joseph Queen, was under strict orders to “forget dropping supplies and return to Iwo Jima if the plane encountered trouble.” As he was soon to discover, “trouble” was an understatement.

While the Hog Wild suspiciously circled over the Korean POW camp once too many times, four Russian Yak fighters were sent up to force the B-29 to land. According to a Soviet report, one of the Russian pilots, “on his own initiative” began firing on the B-29, causing engine #1 to burn fiercely. The B-29 engine, made partly of light-weight magnesium, could not be extinguished by the automatic fire-extinguishing system on board and, despite their best efforts, a ferocious fire continued to burn out of control.

Seven members of the crew were instructed to remain in the plane as it crash landed - badly damaged and afire - on a Russian airfield in nearby HamHung, after six others had bailed out into the cold, Sea of Japan , also known as Korea ’s East Sea . Despite extensive damage and an engine on fire, 1st Lieut. Joseph Queen managed to land the B-29 safely, and, despite a published report to the contrary, not a single crewman died.

The Hog Wild, built in June 1945, was a late-model “Superfortress,” equipped with the mostWW2 K-12 Aerial Recon Camera sophisticated radar system available, and a portable, large-format, high-precision “aerial reconnaissance” K-20 camera which the Soviets had never acquired through lend-lease.

The true mission of the Hog Wild  (with an irregular crew, including four, squadron-level officers) may never be discovered, however, in the opinion of Lieut. Col. Earl J. McGill (USAF Ret.), the Hog Wild was a “spook,” a spy plane whose mission was known by a select few. If interrogated, the crew would repeat their “mercy mission” cover story, and any accusation of spying or photoreconnaissance would be denied.

According to Professor Cumings of the University of Chicago , a Korean history expert, spy missions over North Korea prior to the Korean War were not uncommon. The Hog Wild may simply have been one of the earliest. In any event, the members of the Hog Wild crew were the only American military personnel to have set foot in the area for decades,

In late-August 1945, there had been no written agreement between the United States and the Soviet Union to divide Korea into two halves, only an understanding between the parties. General MacArthur’s General Order #1 of August 15, 1945 unilaterally decreed that the Soviets would control the north half of the Korean peninsula above the 38th parallel, and the United States would control the southern half. “The Soviets never publicly agreed to it, never signed anything… they just agreed to it de facto.” In early August, a Soviet communiqu prohibited firing on American aircraft, but by late August, that ban had been lifted.

So technically, an invasion of Soviet airspace by the Hog Wild on August 29, 1945 was not a violation of any agreement since no agreement existed. Rather, it was General MacArthur asserting his authority as Supreme Commander.

On Sept. 4, 1945 , MacArthur sent a cable to the Soviet High Command expressing, in no uncertain terms, his outrage at the Soviet downing of an American plane. If MacArthur had not done so, this incident may very well have faded into history, and if the Soviets had not replied immediately with an apology, the incident may have become into an international incident. MacArthur’s cable (which we now know contained a number of errors) read as follows,

“On August 28 at Kanko (HamHung), Korea , a United States B-29 of the 75BW, while engaged in dropping supplies to prisoner of war camps at Chosen Branch: 30 deg 53 min N 127 deg 38 min E was shot down by Russian fighters. The American plane was plainly market and its mission could not fail to have been identified as purely benevolent. The circumstances of the case cause me the gravest anxiety and I request that immediate and decisive steps be taken to prevent a reoccurrence of so deplorable an incident. A prompt reply is requested pending which the much needed dropping of supplies to prisoners of war in this area had been stopped.”

On September 16, Supreme Headquarters (headed by MacArthur) announced that the Soviets had “officially apologized” for the downing of the Hog Wild.

The Crew of the B-29 Superfortress, the Hog Wild in 1978Once the Hog Wild crew had satisfactorily explained the situation to Soviet commanders, they were permitted to roam freely within the former-Japanese POW camp and throughout the surrounding city. They met Russian pilots and officers, Korean doctors and a professor, as well as British and Australian POWs, many of whom they befriended. This permitted them to make discoveries which, until now, have remained buried in secret Army documents for over sixty years.

Through a discussion with a Korean professor - a student of Albert Einstein -- they discovered why North Koreans had accepted Communism so readily and why the plan to divide Korea into North and South would not work, and would inevitably lead to a “civil war.”

They discovered that Soviet fighters were made of wood, and that British POWs were forced to manufacture the “precursor” of chemical weapons under inhumane conditions, the manufacture of which some believe are still being carried out today in North Korea.

Despite theB-29’s sophisticated radar system and a crew capable of operating it, the Russians bought the American version of the story that they were simply unable to locate a POW camp due to bad weather and deficient maps. Once high-ranking Soviet officers and flight engineers, who refused to believe that the B-29 had been shot down, accepted the Hog Wild’s “cover story” of a POW mission gone bad, the crew were permitted to return to their plane and radio for assistance.

One explanation, is that Russian commanders naively accepted Queen’s explanation, and permitted the thirteen-man crew to roam freely about, eventually becoming friends of sort, sharing food, drink, dance and song. At one point, they were offered free passage home through the Soviet Union , which they graciously declined after being forewarned by a Russian pilot that by doing so they may be placing their lives in jeopardy.

A more plausible explanation is that the Russians suspected the true mission of the Hog Wild, but when General MacArthur sent the cable to the Soviet High Command warning them that their actions were unacceptable, the Russians were in a bind. Not returning the crew could have resulted in an international “Cold War” incident like the U-2 spy plane downing over the Soviet Union some fifteen years later.

Still, the similarities between the New York Times reporting of the Hog Wild (1945) and Gary Powers’ U-2 (1960) incidents are intriguing. With respect to the U-2 incident, the Times wrote, “Soviet Downs American Plane; U.S. Says it was Weather Craft” And in 1945, the Times wrote, “Four Russian fighter planes shot down an American B-29 which was on a mercy mission…”

According to David Snell, a future LIFE Magazine investigative reporter, the Russians had secretly occupied a nearby Japanese nuclear facility, kidnapped and tortured six nuclear scientists inside, and returned the scientists to Moscow . By befriending the crew, retrieving the K-20 camera on board (and the photos that may have been taken), and permitting the safe return of the Hog Wild crew into American hands, perhaps the Russians mistakenly believed that the incident might quickly go away, and be forgotten.

But now, for the first time, suspicions of nuclear and chemical weapons facilities in North Korea , as far back as 1945, can now be supported. One day, perhaps, the true identity of the Japanese “counter-intelligence” officer Snell interviewed, the names of the six, Japanese nuclear scientists supposedly captured and tortured by the Russians, and the full text of the interview by Cecil Nist (head of G-2 Army Intelligence, XXIV Corps) of the Hog Wild crew may be revealed.

By the end of WWII, the Americans had the atomic bomb and a plane capable of delivering it to its target, and the Soviets had neither. Stalin had seen, with his own eyes, how the Americans had used B-29s to drop atomic bombs with great success on Hiroshima and Nagasaki , just a few weeks earlier.

According to Sergei Khrushchev, the son of Premier Nikita Khrushchev, after the success of the B-29 called the Enola Gay, Stalin’s interest in acquiring an American strategic bomber was renewed. Stalin’s written order, dated June 1945, confirms this. The United States possessed the B-29 “Superfortress,” the greatest bomber in history, and yet was quite unwilling to share it with the Soviet Union .

What began as a scholarly analysis of a military confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union on August 29, 1945 in northern Korea during peacetime has evolved, quite unintentionally and unexpectedly, into significantly more. This is a unique examination of American-Soviet relations, Japanese-Korean relations, Stalin’s attempt to acquire Japanese nuclear and chemical weapons technology, as well as a Soviet nuclear delivery system. And - for the first time - a look at the infancy of North Korea’s chemical and nuclear weapons programs, as seen through the eyes of thirteen American airmen and three British POWs. It may also shed new light on one or more top-secret missions during the Korean War.

It is not surprising to what extent the U.S. Army and Air Force has gone to bury this incident in history. When Eugene Harwood, the Hog Wild’s navigator, was asked during an unaired interview by Iowa Public Television, if he had been a POW himself, he responded “in a manner of speaking.” When I asked the same question of Arthur Strilky, the Hog Wild’s radio operator, I received a similar response with the additional caveat, “I never knew why the Russians shot us down.” Perhaps the POW camp where Queen, Harwood, Strilky and the others were interned for eighteen days was intentionally misidentified by the Army Air Corps as being, not in extreme North Korea but rather, in South Korea - near Seoul .

When the Air Force was asked what had become of the plane, they responded, “It appears that the aircraft was lost as missing after a collision on 19 Sept 1945 ,” when in fact there had never been a collision. In reality, the Hog Wild and its top-secret components were examined by a Soviet B-29 expert, on the ground in Korea . Their intention was to use the information they acquired to created the Soviet version of the B-29 called the Tupolev Tu-4, through a process called “reverse engineering.”

While most experts believe that the process had begun in 1944 when the Russians acquired the Ramp Tramp and other B-29s, the reality is that all B-29s acquired by the Soviets had been fired upon, and serious development of the Tu-4, according to a Soviet publication, didn’t begin until early 1946 - long after the downing of the Hog Wild.

Although Army Air Corps protocol requires that a Missing Air Crew Report (MACR) be filed after two days, none was filed for the Hog Wild, perhaps believing that would end an inquiry into the plane’s fate. But the military had failed to destroy the Hog Wild crew’s detailed account of the incident, the press reporting of an Air Force news briefing, and other documents. Perhaps now they will wish they had done so.  

Operation Broken Reed, Spy Mission

And for those who find a spy mission during the summer of 1945 unlikely - a mission which has remained a tightly-held secret for so long - a possible explanation is provided by Jay T. Young in the “afterword” of Arthur Boyd’s book, Operation Broken Reed. “Since North Korea remains a potential adversary of the United States, and one with a growing inventory of missile-delivery systems, large stocks of chemical and possibly biological weapons, and perhaps a small nuclear arsenal, Washington may still be reluctant to release details about how much and what kind of intelligence it obtained on North Korea and its Chinese and Soviet allies in the past.” And according to Lieut. Col. Boyd, the Army had used the “fake” downing of a B-29 and crew to infiltrate North Korea during the Korean War. 

Operation Broken Reed: Trumans Secret North Korean Spy Mission That Averted World War III

Konan POW camp, Konan Korea 1945, Arthur Strilky

This is a rare photo of the Konan POW camp, where the American B-29 crew was interned for 18 days. (They were, most likely, the first Americans to ever set foot in (North) Korea until the Korean War (1950). The picture was taken in Sept. 1945 (when the B-29 crew was there!). The inset (from a Sept. 1945 newspaper article) is of Arthur Strilky, the Hog Wilds radio operator. Strilky (then 19) is now 83. He is the last surviving crew member of the Hog Wilds final mission. I interviewed him in depth for the book. Can you believe he drives a sports car and races sailboats at 83??


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  Korea, another, but super secret, Gary Powers incident.  


A Brief Bio of the Authors

The OSS Society Journal, OSS in ManchuriaBill Streifer is currently writing a biography of the investigative reporter David Snell, entitled Plausible Deniability. Born in northern Louisiana , Snell was drafted two weeks prior to V-J Day, assigned to the Criminal Investigation Detachment (CID) of the XXIV Corps, and stationed in Korea . He began his career as a reporter for a small Louisiana newspaper. He later wrote for the Atlanta Constitution, the New York World-Telegram & Sun, and eventually became a Senior Editor for LIFE Magazine during the heart of the Cold War. On Oct. 3, 1947 , David Snell wrote the first newspaper account of the downing of the Hog Wild to spark national attention.

In the Magazine on the left, Bill Streifer was one of the article writers as he has done in a number of other magazines.

Irek Darvishevich Sabitov (Ирек Сабитов) is a resident of Ufa , Bashkiria , South Urals , Russia . Mr. Sabitov is an editor of the Bashkir Regional Supplement of Trud-7, one of Russia ’s largest-circulation weekly Russian newspapers. His father, Lieut. Colonel Darvish Sabitov, took part in commanding an anti-aircraft artillery section in 1944-45 during WWII.

Professional References for the Book

Sergei Khrushchev ,Nikita Khrushchevs son

Igor D. Rostov , a Russian oceanographer

Staff Sgt. Arthur Strilky ,a B-29 radio operator, and the last surviving member of the Hog Wild crew

Bruce Cumings , a Korean history scholar from the University of Chicago
Chris Gourley, a producer from Iowa Public Television that provided me with the "un-aired" interview of the Hog Wilds navigator.

Robert K. Wilcox, the author of Japans Secret War (their atomic bomb program)

Dixie Oliver Snell, the widow of David Snell (who wrote the first newspaper article to spark national attention in the Hog Wild in 1946)

Marvin Makinen, arrested and imprisoned in the Soviet Union on charges of espionage

Frederick Pryor, arrested and imprisoned in East Germany on charges of espionage

Irek Sabitov, my Russian co-author, and the editor of a Russian weekly newspaper


From the Webmaster:  I told Bill that the B-29 would never be used for a recon aircraft because it was so huge and that the fighters could
easily catch it.  But, I have spoken to a B-29 Crew Chief who said that one of the planes that he was working on was
specifically set up for recon missions in the Pacific.  The difference is that in the European Theater, everything in the war was
much closer, but in the Pacific Theater, all of he targets were really far away.  Also, I was thinking about the size of the B-29, but
it was also a very advanced aircraft with light years of technology above the B-24 Liberator and B-17 Flying Fortress making the B-29 Superfortress
much faster and higher flying.  I believe that the speed of the B-29 Superfortress was about 375 mph and it could easily cruise above
35,000 feet.  Many of the Japanese Zeros couldnt even fly that high and with any of the fighters of its time, they werent much
faster.  By the time they scrambled the fighters and tried to climb to catch the B-29, the Superfortress was long gone and out of
Sight.  So this plane was indeed used in the recon missions.

General George Patton with his revolver

The question is who negotiated the release of the prisoners in the Konan Prison Camp.
The General was a big man with a revolver with a ivory white handle.  Was the man
General George Patton who may have come all the way from Europe, or was it General
MacArthur who also wore a revolver with a white handle.  Whoever it was, he had a
lot of influence on the situation.  The research is still continuing by Bill and Irek, Authors of this book.

   Read more about the Hog Wild B-29 Superfortress incident here  

Chemical Plant in Hamhung North Korea 

This is testimony by a North Korean defector to the U.S. Senate in 1997. It mentions the "February 8" Vinalon Factory in Hamhung (see below). I have attached a photograph of the "February 8" Vinalon Factory in Hamhung from a 1973 North Korean postcard that I purchased from a german (I think) on ebay.

By the way, "mustard gas" (the stuff I believe the Allied POWs were forced to manufacture in the carbide furnaces near Hungnam) is a "blister gas" (see below).

Now things are getting interesting (and dangerous?)


before the
of the
OCTOBER 21 1997

I am Choi Ju-hwal, I served in the Ministry of Peoples Army from
1968 to 1995. I defected from m y post as Colonel and Chief of joint
venture section of Yung-Seong Trading Company under the Ministry of
Peoples Army. I would like to describe North Korean weapons of mass

North Korea is currently producing various kinds of poison gas
including nerve gas,
blister gas, among others. These factories include
the Kangye Chemical Factory in Jangang Province, the Sakju Chemical
Factory in North Pyongan Province,
the "February 8" Vinalon Factory
in Hamhung
, North Hamgyong Province, the Ilyong Branch of the Sunchon
Vinalon Factory in South Pyongan Province, the Factory No. 297 in
Pyongwon, South Pyongan Province. There are other chemical factories in
Bongung, Hamhung City, South Hamgyong Province, Hyesan City Yanggang
Province, and Kangye City, Jagang Province.



The flight of_the_hog_wild from Bill Streifer

 Russian Newspaper prints story about Flight of the Hog Wild.

Russian Newspaper story written by Bill Streifer and Irek Sabatov about the Japanese Nuclear Program in WW2 in North Korea.

Click on images for closer view.

The story of the "Hog Wild," a B-29 that was shot down by Soviet fighters over northern Korea on August 29, 1945, appeared in the Russian newspaper Arguments of the Week, August 12-18, 2010.Russian Newspaper with an article about Flight of the Hog Wild, a B-29 Bomber in North Korea The authors were Irek Sabitov, a Russian journalist, and Bill Streifer. By the way, according to Gallup Media, the weekly circulation of Arguments of the Week is 587,000 (including Moscow). Ive attached the newspaper cover as well as two of the inside pages. I hope you can all read Russian. If not, Im sorry. I guess youll have to wait for the American version. Unlike the Russian version of the story, the American version will emphasize the failure of U.S. intelligence to correctly determine the progress that Japan and the Soviet Union had made toward the development of the atomic bomb during WWII and shortly afterward. And how the Hog Wild had stumbled into an area where the Japanese were doing atomic work, and where the Soviets later carried on that same work until the Korean War began.
Bill Streifer


Mine in Hwanghae Province North Korea

Mine in Hwanghae Province North Korea

From Left to Right, this is basically what these signs say
Left Side

Kimjungil -  We better be safe while we are working for the country so here cant be any accidents


Work Safe

Right Side

Today, did you guys finish what youve planned?

Do you guys work hard enough to be a Hero?

Lets fight against all the surroundings and try to be a creator of the world


Factory in Konan -  Hamhung North Korea

Factory in Hamhung North Korea

Ham Hung North Korea, Konan




Both a B-29 Pilot and an SR-71 Pilot.  Look for the Video, Frozen in Time to see this pilot in a special documentary.

   Read more about the Hog Wild B-29 Superfortress incident here  

Part of the Transcript from an Iowa Public Television interview with the Radio Operator of the Hog Wild, Eugene Harwood.

03:08:52:24 [00:04] Harwood, H-a-r-w-o-o-d.


03:08:56:14 [00:04] What was your position on the plane?

03:09:00:00 [00:04] I was a navigator.

03:09:03:29 [00:29] So to speak I knew just where we were at and what altitude to fly at and once we got within 500 miles of Japan I told the crew that we're going to altitude, climbing altitude and I woke up the bombardier.

03:09:40:06 [00:04] Tell me about one of your missions.


03:09:43:22 [00:50] One of our missions was a mission to North Korea to drop the supplies on a British POW camp, Japanese.  The British were confined there, they all got captured in Singapore so we had ten thousand pounds of supplies for them and we got over there to the camp and we circled and didn't see it. So, we went again and we saw four fighter planes and knew they weren't Japanese, we knew they were Russians.

03:10:33:07 [00:41] So, the pilot asked me if we were heading back to Iwo Jima and I gave him a heading and we headed out and we got about  25 miles out and two planes behind us just followed us. They were just breaking the airplane with canon fire and both engines, I could see both engines, one and two, I was looking out that little window there and both of them were on fire as far back as we could see.

03:11:14:03 [00:24] They finally told us to bail out, we were only at 600 feet and we aren't supposed to bail out but I was the first one out.  Six of us bailed out and the others crash landed on shore.  We spent about a month in the camp living there until they came up after us.

03:11:38:13 [00:01] So, you were actually a POW?

03:11:39:27 [00:04] Yeah, so to speak.

03:11:43:27 [00:03] Was that your first mission?

03:11:47:01 [00:03] No, that was 13th.

03:11:50:01 [00:05] So, you actually, you didn't go down with the plane but you had to bail out?

03:11:54:16 [00:40] Yeah, we were just lucky as hell to get out.  There's some Sampan's, Sampan fishing boats going back into shore because it was real stormy and they were going that way and picked up all of us.  It was pretty hairy and we wouldn't  have last another hour.  The water up there is awful cold, it's just south of ???, Siberia and that water is cold.

03:12:42:03 [00:18] When you saw the plane sitting here what did you think?

03:12:59:20 [00:39] I'm just glad I don't have to go back up in it.  I enjoyed it dearly but I tell you, we lost ten percent of our crew  members in training in Florida.  We had three crews of officers upstairs and three crews down and we left and there was only one left alive upstairs and two crews      downstairs, the rest of them were dead, just in training. So, we were glad to get out of there and then we went overseas and felt better about it.

03:13:38:29 [00:05] Seeing the plane like this, does it bring back a lot of good memories?  Bad memories?

03:13:44:00 [00:17] Yeah, good and bad.  I've got a lot of memories of it.  Our airplane was hog wild, that was the name of it and it was wild alright. 

03:14:01:00 [00:03] The name of your airplane was Hog Wild?

03:14:04:00 [00:02] Yeah.

03:14:05:16 [00:01] That was the one that got shot down?

03:14:07:00 [00:01] Yeah.

03:14:08:00 [00:02] After you got shot down did you get sent home?

 03:14:10:00 [01:22] No, we stayed in this POW camp for a month or so and then they flew a C-47 came up and picked us up and took us down to Seoul, Korea and every other Japanese was allowed to keep a firearm because they were afraid the Koreans would kill them.  But every other one, when we landed at Kaijou airport at Seoul they lined up about 25 fighters there, they had the propeller, they had to take the propellers off an then we went in and they treated us like royalty.  We went into this hotel and it was general officers only and they interrogated, we were in there for two days and then we went back over to Japan and we went back over to Kawasaki and got bombed out and we landed there on Japanese...

Bob Neymeyer at the Grout museum in Waterloo organized the B-29 fly in and would probably have an address for all of the veterans that were in attendance at the event.  He may have also done his own interview with Eugene.  I believe the Waterloo paper did at least one story on the B-29 crews.

 Bill is co-authoring a paper and might be able to give you more information.  If you are interested I can give you his contact information. 

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VJ day as you know was August 14, 1945 and I was aboard ship on this day heading back to the States. The Captain of the ship announced the Japanese surrender over the ships intercom system. We were not surprised because we were told victory was only a few day away when we were being sent home. We were still uneasy during our trip home because we did not believe all the Japanese submarines that were out looking for us had received their surrender orders yet. The Captain also told us that he had his orders to prepare for the invasion of Japan but the orders were suddenly put on hold until he was ordered to leave Okinawa and return to the States.

 We were extremely happy with this announcement because none of us felt we would survive the invasion. We were thankful for those atomic bombs that ended the bloodshed. Yes, it's reported that 180 thousand Japanese civilians died as a result of dropping the bombs but the War Department also reports that 200 thousand civilians and soldiers died in the three month battle at Okinawa and I have no problem with those figures. Because of my experience fighting at Okinawa I ask only that people think how many of us, and how many Japanese civilians would have died during the invasion of Japan where the Japanese people [civilians and military] were willing to die defending their homeland. The only people I here condemning America for dropping the bombs are the Japanese and those Americans who were not fighting to defend our home front and our way of life, but who today [both Americans & Japanese] are able to enjoy their freedom to condemn us without mentioning the facts about what could have been. Click below

Great video of a Spontaneous Victory Parade in Honolulu in 1945. Take a look at this video-absolutely fabulous! Notice the cars and jeeps, youth. The guys in khaki or gray shirts and black ties are Navy officers or chiefs. The rest are Army or Marine. How young they all were to do what they did. This guy really captured a moment in history! (You can listen to Jimmy Durante singing "I'll be Seeing You" in the background, too) This is a super video of a time past - we need to remember and be THANKFUL. Check out the color fidelity. It's not bad for 1945. Nothing will ever compare with Kodachrome film.

VJ Day, Honolulu Hawaii, August 14, 1945 from Richard Sullivan on Vimeo.

65 Years Ago my Dad shot this film along Kalakaua Ave. in Waikiki capturing spontaneous celebrations that broke out upon first hearing news of the Japanese surrender.


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During WWII, radio receivers and silk maps were hidden inside of cribbage boards, playing cards and baseballs, and then delivered by the Red Cross (American Red Cross or the ICRC) into German POW camps. Does anyone know the frequency which the radio receivers operated, and if the messages were sent in code, how did the POWs know how decode the messages? For that matter, how did the POWs know there were items secretly hidden in these games of chance without breaking them open? And why would they break them open unless they knew what was inside in advance? Also, does anyone know if a similar scheme was employed in Japanese POW camps?  If anyone knows about this, please send a letter to the webmaster below.  Thank you, C. Jeff Dyrek.


Do these NEW qualifications (Public Law 101-189 s.487 , enacted on November 29, 1989) for the POW Medal apply to the crew of the Hog Wild?
Bill is currently working on getting the POWs from the B-29 Hog Wild a POW service medal.  Even though they were prisoners, they were held just after WW2.   We think that they were still deserving of the POW medal.
578.23 National Defense Service Medal.
578.22 Prisoner of War Medal.
(a) Criteria. The POW Medal is authorized by Public Law 99–145, 10 U.S.C. 1128, November 8, 1985, as amended by 10 U.S.C. 1128, November 29, 1989. It is authorized for any person who, while serving in any capacity with the U.S. Armed Forces, was taken prisoner and held captive after April 5, 1917.
(1) The POW Medal is to be issued only to those U.S. military personnel and other personnel granted creditable U.S. military service, who were taken prisoner and held captive—
(i) While engaged in an action against an enemy of the United States.
(ii) While engaged in military operations involving conflict with an opposing foreign force.
(iii) While serving with friendly forces engaged in an armed conflict against an opposing force in which the United States is not a belligerent party.
(iv) By foreign armed forces that are hostile to the United States, under circumstances which the Secretary concerned finds to have been comparable to those under which persons have generally been held captive by enemy armed forces during periods of armed conflict.

(2) U.S. and foreign civilians who have been credited with U.S. military service which encompasses the period of captivity are also eligible for the medal. The Secretary of Defense authorized on January 27, 1990, the POW Medal for the Philippine Commonwealth Army and Recognized Guerrilla Unit Veterans who were held captive between December 7, 1941, and September 26, 1945. DD Form 2510–1 (Prisoner of War Medal Application/Information-Philippine Commonwealth Army and Recognized Guerrilla Veterans) was developed as the application for Filipino Veterans who fit this category.

(3) For purposes of this medal, past armed conflicts are defined as World War I, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam Conflict, Grenada, Panama, Persian Gulf War, and Somalia. Hostages of terrorists and persons detained by governments with which the United States is not engaged actively in armed conflict are not eligible for the medal.

(4) Any person convicted of misconduct or a criminal charge by a U.S. military tribunal, or who receives a less than honorable discharge based upon actions while a prisoner of war, or whose conduct was not in accord with the Code of Conduct, and whose actions are documented by U.S. military records is ineligible for the medal. The Secretary of the Army is the authority for deciding eligibility in such cases.

(5) No more than one POW Medal will be awarded. For subsequent award of the medal, service stars will be awarded and worn on the suspension and service ribbon of the medal. A period of captivity terminates on return to U.S. military control. Escapees who do not return to U.S. military control and are recaptured by an enemy do not begin a new period of captivity for subsequent award of the POW Medal. (Service stars are described in 578.61.)

(6) The POW Medal may be awarded posthumously.

(7) The primary next of kin of eligible prisoners of war who die in captivity may be issued the POW Medal regardless of the length of stay in captivity.

(8) Personnel officially classified as Missing in Action (MIA) are not eligible for award of the POW Medal. The POW Medal will only be awarded when the individual's prisoner of war status has been officially confirmed and recognized as such by the DA. Likewise, the return of remains, in and of itself, does not constitute evidence of confirmed prisoner of war status.

(b) Award of the POW Medal to active military personnel, veterans, retirees and their next of kin—(1) Active Military Personnel. Award of the POW Medal to military personnel in an active war will be processed by the Commander, USA HRC (see 578.3 (c)), after coordination with the Repatriation and Family Affairs Division.

(2) Veterans, retirees and their next of kin. All requests for the POW Medal will be initiated by eligible former POWs, or their next of kin, using a personal letter or DD Form 2510 (Prisoner of War Medal Application/ Information). Applications should be forwarded to the NPRC (see 578.16(a)(3) for address).
(c) Description. A purple heart within a Gold border, 13/8 inches wide, containing a profile of General George Washington. Above the heart appears a shield of the Washington Coat of Arms (a White shield with two Red bars and three Red stars in chief) between sprays of Green leaves. The reverse consists of a raised Bronze heart with the words “FOR MILITARY MERIT” below the coat of arms and leaves. The ribbon is 13/8 inches wide and consists of the following stripes: 1/8 inch White 67101; 11/8 inches Purple 67115; and 1/8 inch White 67101.

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Dshmia e Kores s Veriut me bomba Atomike dhe luft kimike Aftsit. Plus, historia e fluturimeve pr t mbshtetur ushtart tan, e n POW Koreja e Veriut. North Koreas Atomic Bomb may be real and it may have been started by the research from the Japanese Government in World War 2.
دليل لكوريا الشمالية القنبلة الذرية والكيميائية وقدرات الحرب. بالإضافة إلى ذلك ، تاريخ الرحلات لدعم جنودنا الأسرى في كوريا الشمالية. كوريا الشمالية القنبلة الذرية قد تكون حقيقية وربما تكون قد بدأت من خلال البحث من الحكومة اليابانية في الحرب العالمية (2).
Доказателство за Северна Корея на атомна бомба и химическа война способности. Освен това, историята на полети в подкрепа на нашите войници, POW е в Северна Корея. Северна Koreas атомна бомба могат да бъдат реални и тя може да е започнал от изследвания от японското правителство през Втората световна война 2.
Proves de Corea del Nord de la Bomba Atmica i de les Armes Qumiques Capacitats. A ms, la histria dels vols de suport als nostres soldats, presoners de guerra a Corea del Nord. Bomba Atmica de Corea del Nord pot ser real i s possible que s'hagi iniciat per la recerca del Govern del Jap a la Primera Guerra Mundial 2.
Dokaz o North Korea's atomska bomba i kemijsko ratovanje sposobnosti. Plus, povijest letovi za potporu našim vojnicima, pow-a u Sjevernoj Koreji. Sjeverna Koreas atomska bomba svibanj biti stvarna i ona svibanj su počela istraživanja iz japanske vlade u World War 2.
Doklady o severokorejsk atomov bomby a chemick vlka schopnostem. Plus, historii letů na podporu našich vojků, POW, v Severn Koreji. Severn Koreje atomov bomby mohou bt reln a je možn, že bylo zahjeno vzkumu od japonsk vldy v druh světov vlce 2.
Beviser for Nordkoreas atombombe og kemisk krigsfrelse Capabilities. Plus, historien om flyvninger til at sttte vores soldater, POW's i Nordkorea. North Koreaer Atomic Bomb kan vre reel, og det kan have vret startet af forskning fra den japanske regering i Verdenskrig 2.
Bewijs van Noord-Korea's Atomic Bomb and Chemical Warfare Capabilities. Plus, de geschiedenis van de vluchten naar ondersteuning van onze soldaten, POW's in Noord-Korea. Noord-Korea Atomic Bomb kan echt en het kan zijn begonnen met het onderzoek van de Japanse regering in WO 2.
Tendid Phja-Korea Atomic Bomb ja Chemical warfare vimeid. Plus, ajalugu lende toetada meie sdurid, Pow on Phja-Korea. Phja-Korea Atomic Bomb vib reaalne ja ei pruugi veel alustatud uuringute phjal Jaapani valitsus maailmasja 2.
Katibayan ng Hilagang Korea ng atomic bomba at kimikal digma Kakayahan. Plus, ang kasaysayan ng flight sa suporta sa aming mga sundalo, yukod's sa Hilagang Korea. North Koreas atomic bomba ay maaaring tunay at ito ay maaaring nagsimula sa pamamagitan ng pananaliksik mula sa Japanese Government sa World War 2.
Todisteet Pohjois-Korean Atomic Bomb and Chemical Warfare Capabilities. Plus, historian lentojen tukemaan sotilaita, POW n Pohjois-Koreassa. Pohjois-Korean Atomic Bomb voi olla todellinen ja se on jo aloitettu, jonka tutkimuksen Japanin hallituksen World War 2.
Preuve de la Core du Nord de la bombe atomique et des capacits de guerre chimique. De plus, l'histoire d'un vol l'appui de nos soldats, de prisonniers de guerre en Core du Nord. Core du Nord bombe atomique mai tre rel et mai, il a t commenc par la recherche du gouvernement japonais dans la guerre mondiale 2.
Probas da Corea do Norte da bomb atom e Chemical Warfare capacidades. Plus, a historia dos voos para apoiar os nosos soldados, POW's na Corea do Norte. Coreias do Norte Atomic bomb pode ser real e que pode ter sido iniciado pola investigacin do goberno xapons en World War 2.
Der Nachweis von Nordkorea die Atombombe und chemischen Kampfstoffen Fhigkeiten. Plus, die Geschichte der Flge zur Untersttzung unserer Soldaten, Kriegsgefangene in Nordkorea. Nord-Koreas Atomic Bomb knnen reale und es wurde durch die Forschung von der japanischen Regierung im 2. Weltkrieg.
Αποδεικτικά στοιχεία της Βόρειας Κορέας και της Atomic Bomb χημικού πολέμου Δυνατοτήτων. Πλέον, η ιστορία των πτήσεων για την υποστήριξη τους στρατιώτες μας, POW της στη Βόρεια Κορέα. Βόρεια Κορέες Atomic Bomb μπορεί να είναι πραγματικό και αυτό μπορεί να έχει ξεκινήσει η έρευνα από την ιαπωνική κυβέρνηση το Παγκόσμιο Πόλεμο 2.
עדויות של צפון קוריאה Atomic Bomb ו יכולות לוחמה כימית. בנוסף, את ההיסטוריה של טיסות לתמוך החיילים שלנו, של POW בצפון קוריאה. צפון Koreas Atomic Bomb עשוי להיות אמיתי, וזה היה יכול להיות שהתחיל את המחקר מן הממשלה היפנית במלחמת העולם 2.
उत्तर कोरिया के परमाणु बम और रासायनिक युद्ध क्षमताओं के साक्ष्य. साथ ही, उड़ानों के इतिहास हमारे सैनिकों, का समर्थन करने के लिए पाउ है उत्तर कोरिया में है. उत्तर कोरियाई परमाणु बम असली हो सकता है और यह शोध द्वारा विश्व युद्ध 2 में जापानी सरकार की ओर से शुरू किए गए हैं मई.
Bizonytk az szak-koreai atombomba-s vegyipari Warfare kpessgek. Radsul, a trtnelem a jratok, hogy segtse a katonk, pow van szak-Korea. szak-Korea atombomba lehet igazi, s mr megkezdte a kutatst a japn kormny msodik vilghbor 2.
Bukti bahwa Korea Utara dari Atomic Bomb dan Kimia Warfare Kemampuan. Plus, sejarah penerbangan untuk mendukung kami prajurit, POW dalam Korea Utara. Utara Koreas Atomic Bomb mungkin nyata dan mungkin telah dimulai oleh penelitian dari Pemerintah Jepang dalam Perang Dunia 2.
La prova della Corea del Nord della bomba atomica e la guerra chimica capacit. Plus, la storia dei voli a sostenere i nostri soldati, POW in Corea del Nord. Nord Coree bomba atomica pu essere reale e non pu essere stato avviato con la ricerca del governo giapponese in World War 2.
북한의 원자 폭탄과 화학전 능력의 증거. 게다가, 비행의 역사를 우리의 병사들이 전쟁 포로가 북한을 지원했다. 북한 원자 폭탄이 현실로 될 수 있으며, 그것은 연구에 의해 제 2 차 세계 대전에서 일본 정부로부터 시작되었을 수도있습니다.
Pierādījumi par Ziemeļkoreja atomjautājumu bumbu un ķīmisko kaujas spējas. Plus, vēsturi lidojumu atbalstīt mūsu kareivjiem, POW's Ziemeļkoreja. North Koreas Atomic bumbu var būt reāls, un tas, iespējams, ir sākuši ar pētniecības no Japānas valdību Pasaules kara 2.
Įrodymai dėl Šiaurės Korėjos atominės bombų ir cheminio ginklo pajėgumų. Be to, istorija skrydžiai į paramą mūsų kareiviai, belaisvių's Šiaurės Korėja. Šiaurės Korėjos atominės bombų gali būti realus ir gali būti pradėtas mokslinių tyrimų iš Japonijos vyriausybės pasaulinio karo 2.
Evidenza ta 'North Korea's Atomic Bomb Chemical Gwerra u Kapaċitajiet. Plus, l-istorja ta 'titjiriet lejn l-appoġġ tagħna suldati, POW's fil-Korea. North Koreas Atomic Bomb Mejju jkun reali u li seta 'ġie mibdi mill-riċerka mill-Gvern Ġappuniż fil Gwerra Dinjija 2.
Evidence of North Korea's Atomic Bomb og Chemical Warfare evner. Og historien om flyreiser til sttte vre soldater, POW str i Nord-Korea. Nord-Koreas Atomic Bomb kan vre ekte, og det kan ha blitt startet av forskningen fra den japanske regjeringen i World War 2.
Dowody Korea Płnocna's Atomic Bomb i chemiczne Warfare Capabilities. Plus, historii loty do wsparcia naszych żołnierzy, POW jest w Korei Płnocnej. North Koreas Atomic Bomb może być rzeczywistym i może zostać uruchomiony przez badania od japońskiego rządu w World War 2.
Provas da Coria do Norte da bomba atmica e Chemical Warfare capacidades. Plus, a histria dos voos para apoiar os nossos soldados, POW's na Coria do Norte. Coreias do Norte Atomic Bomb pode ser real e que pode ter sido iniciado pela investigao do governo japons em World War 2.
Dovezile de Coreea de Nord a Atomic Bomb şi chimice Războiul Capabilities. n plus, n istoria de zboruri pentru a sprijini noastre soldaţi, POW's n Coreea de Nord. Nord Koreas Atomic Bomb poate fi real şi este posibil să fi fost nceput de cercetare de la guvernul japonez, n primul război mondial 2.
Доказательства в Северной Корее атомной бомбы и химических боевых возможностей. Плюс, история полеты, чтобы поддержать наших военнослужащих, военнопленных в Северной Корее. Северная Корей атомная бомба может быть реальной и, возможно, он приступил к исследованиям с правительством Японии в мировой войны 2.
Доказ о Нортх Кореа'с атомска бомба и хемијско ратовање способности. Плус, историја летови за подршку нашим војницима, поу-а у Северној Кореји. Северна Кореас атомска бомба мај бити стварна и она мај су почела истраживања из јапанске владе у Уорлд Уар 2.
Doklady o severokorejsk atmovej bomby a chemick vojna schopnostiam. Plus, histrii letov na podporu našich vojakov, POW, v Severnej Krei. Severnej Krey atmovej bomby mžu byť relne a je možn, že bolo začat vskumu od japonskej vldy v druhej svetovej vojne 2.
Dokazila o Severni Koreji za atomska bomba in kemičnimi bojnimi sredstvi zmogljivostih. Plus, zgodovini poleti za podporo naših vojakov, POW's v Severno Korejo. Severna Koreas Atomska bomba je lahko resnična in morda so začeli z raziskavami iz japonsko vlado v 2 svetovni vojni.
Pruebas de Corea del Norte de la Bomba Atmica y de las Armas Qumicas Capacidades. Adems, la historia de los vuelos de apoyo a nuestros soldados, prisioneros de guerra en Corea del Norte. Bomba Atmica de Corea del Norte puede ser real y es posible que haya sido iniciado por la investigacin del Gobierno del Japn en la Primera Guerra Mundial 2.
Bevis fr Nordkorea r atombomben och kemisk krigfring kapacitetstaganden. Plus, historia flygningar till std fr vra soldater, POW's i Nordkorea. North koreanska atombomb kan vara riktiga och det kan ha brjat med forskning frn den japanska regeringen i vrlden War 2.
หลักฐานการเกาหลีเหนือของระเบิดปรมาณูสงครามเคมีและขีดความสามารถ. พลัส, ประวัติของเที่ยวบินที่สนับสนุนของเราทหาร, ห้วยในเกาหลีเหนือ. เหนือ Koreas ระเบิดปรมาณูอาจจริงและอาจถูกจากการวิจัยเริ่มต้นจากรัฐบาลญี่ปุ่นในสงครามโลกครั้งที่ 2.
Kuzey Kore Atomic Bomb ve Kimyasal Harp Kabiliyetler kanıtları. Ayrıca, uuşlar tarihi Askerlerimiz, destek iin POW Kuzey Kore'de. Kuzey Koreas Atomic Bomb gerek olabilir ve bu araştırma ile Dnya Savaşı 2 Japon Hkmeti başladı olabilir.
Докази в Північній Кореї атомної бомби та хімічних бойових можливостей. Плюс, історія польоти, щоб підтримати наших військовослужбовців, військовополонених в Північній Кореї. Північна Корея атомна бомба може бути реальною і, можливо, він приступив до досліджень з урядом Японії в світової війни 2.
Bằng chứng về Bắc Triều Tin của Atomic Bomb warfare Ha chất v khả năng. Ngoai ra, lịch sử của cc chuyến bay để hỗ trợ chiến sĩ của chng ti, trong POW của Bắc Triều Tin. Bắc Koreas Atomic Bomb c thể được thực tế v n c thể đ được bắt đầu bằng cch nghin cứu từ Chnh phủ Nhật Bản trong Chiến tranh Thế giới thứ 2.
Japn la primera bomba atmica. Bomba Atmica de Corea del Norte. Esta es la historia de los japoneses programa de armas atmicas, las armas atmicas de Corea del Norte del Programa y muy eventualmente el inicio de la Bomba Atmica nuclear ruso Produccin.
Japan's First Atomic Bomb. Core du Nord bombe atomique. C'est l'histoire de l'Atomic Weapons Program japonais, la Core du Nord Atomic Weapons programme et Trs Peut-tre le dbut de la Russie, la production nuclaire de la bombe atomique.
일본 최초의 원자 폭탄. 북한 원폭. 이것은 일본의 핵 무기 프로그램, 북한의 핵 무기 프로그램과 매우 러시아의 핵 원자 폭탄 제조의 가능성이 시작의 이야기입니다.
Япония первой атомной бомбы. Северная Корей атомной бомбы. Это история о японской атомной программы вооружения, северокорейской атомной программы вооружения и очень возможно, началом российского ядерного производства атомной бомбы.