When this bomb-drop photograph was released, its public information caption described how these Superfortresses were 'bringing the war home to the communist hordes'. The myth that the enemy were mindless cattle persisted long after seasoned infantrymen of the Chinese Peoples Volunteers acquitted themselves well against the US Army and US Marines. The 'square H' on the tail is the indentifier for the 98th BG, which came to Yokota, near Tokyo, in August 1950, and remained in the combat zone throughout the war. The most prominent aircraft seen in this photograph is Wichita-built B-29 45-21721 'Tail Wind', assigned to teh 98th BG's 344th BS (US Air Force).