#CNS11003 – JFK 50c B-52 Stratofortress

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Now you can own an authentic U.S. Half-Dollar enhanced by Mystic with an image of one of the most famous war planes in American history – the B-52 Stratofortress.  For just $9.99, this coin will give you a glimpse of the plane's history.  It's fun to imagine what important missions this plane might have gone on during its time... The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress was first flown in 1952.  It was built to carry nuclear weapons during the Cold War, but dropped only conventional munitions in combat.  These jets have been in continuous service for more than 60 years.  Even today, the B-52 is capable of dropping the widest array of weapons available in the U.S. military's inventory. More recently, the B-52 was utilized during Operatios Desert Storm, Allied Force, Desert Strike, Enduring Freedom, and Iraqi Freedom.  Today the H model is still in used by the U.S. Air Force.  
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Add History & Fun to Your Collection with...

Exclusive B-52 Stratofortress Coin – Yours For Just $9.99!

Now you can own an authentic U.S. Half-Dollar enhanced by Mystic with an image of one of the most famous war planes in American history – the B-52 Stratofortress.  For just $9.99, this coin will give you a glimpse of the plane's history.  It's fun to imagine what important missions this plane might have gone on during its time...

The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress was first flown in 1952.  It was built to carry nuclear weapons during the Cold War, but dropped only conventional munitions in combat.  These jets have been in continuous service for more than 60 years.  Even today, the B-52 is capable of dropping the widest array of weapons available in the U.S. military's inventory.

More recently, the B-52 was utilized during Operatios Desert Storm, Allied Force, Desert Strike, Enduring Freedom, and Iraqi Freedom.  Today the H model is still in used by the U.S. Air Force.