In a series of personal appearances across the United States and Canada, Garner Ted Armstrong brings to the public timely, hard-hitting messages. In this special article, we give our Plain Truth readers one of these dramatic messages which thousands have heard in person. August 6, 1945. A B-29, its 4 Wright-Cyclone engines turning over, with Colonel Tibbits at the controls and Captain Lewis his copilot, took off at 2:27 a.m. from the island of Tinian in the Pacific. As the bomber, Enola Gay, taxied down to the end of the runway - the longest one in existence at that time - that big aircraft, weighing over 120,000 pounds and carrying one 5,000-pound bomb, called Little Boy, looked just like any other B-29 taking off on a night raid.
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