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On 14 February 1950, a Convair B-36 B, Air Force Serial Number 44-92075 assigned to the 7th Bomb Wing at Carswell Air Force Base , crashed in northern British Columbia after jettisoning a Mark 4 nuclear bomb . [1] This was the first such nuclear weapon loss in history. [2] The B-36 had been en route from Eielson Air Force Base near Fairbanks, Alaska to Carswell AFB in Fort Worth, Texas , more than 3000 miles south-east, on a mission that included a simulated nuclear attack on San Francisco.

B-36B, 44-92079, crashed into Lake Worth on the night of September 15, 1949. The pilot claimed that the propellors switched to reverse thrust on take-off, but he was not believed. Later another Peacemaker had a propellor on each wing switch to reverse thrust on approach to landing at Carswell AFB, which corroborated the story of the pilot whose B-36 had ended up in Lake Worth.

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