Wikia

Nukapedia

Crashed B-29

Talk8
17,404pages on
this wiki
Crashed B-29
Crashed B29
Icon military
Site
Crashed B29 loc
map markerCrashed B-29
part ofLake Mead
People
factionsBoomers
Other actors
creaturesLakelurks
Fish
Other
questsVolare!
Technical
cell nameCrashedB29
ref id000ddce9
 
Gametitle-FNV
Gametitle-FNV

It seems that a bomber, apparently the 29th of its kind, crashed in Lake Mead on July 21st, 1948. Just imagine - that's over 300 years ago!

Pete

The Crashed B-29 was a Boeing B-29 Superfortress that crashed on July 21, 1948 – 129 years before the Great War - and is now at the bottom of Lake Mead.

LayoutEdit

A crashed B-29 airplane is lying at the bottom of Lake Mead, close to Lake Mead Cave and Callville Bay.

During the quest Volare! the Boomers request the Courier float the bomber up to the surface of the lake, using two ballasts provided by Loyal. The ballasts must be placed between the engines under each wing. After floating it up to the surface, Loyal sends robots to disassemble it and bring it back to Nellis hangars. Once taken to the hangar, it can be seen being re-assembled and restored by the Boomers.

NotesEdit

  • Ranger Lineholm, at Ranger station Alpha, refers to the plane as a local myth.
  • After raising the B-29, Radio New Vegas will feature a bit about locals having seen a large "object or creature" surfacing on Lake Mead, and that it has been dubbed "The Lake Mead Monster".
  • The B-29 can be seen in the quests Eureka!, No Gods, No Masters, All or Nothing. After reaching the check point start looking up, it sweeps through the sky and drops bombs on Caesar's Legion or the NCR.
  • After the plane has been reassembled in the Nellis hangar, a new piece of artwork can be seen on the fuselage near the cockpit. It depicts Pearl in her younger days wearing a Vault 34 jumpsuit with a background shaped like a Vault door, and is drawn in typical 1950s pin-up style. This artwork is similar to those which adorned US aircraft during and after World War II.
  • Fast-traveling to the bomber lands the Courier at Callville Bay, in the vicinity of a group of cazadores. In addition to this, fast traveling to Callville Bay instead results in the Courier landing at Bitter Springs recreation area. If attempting to reach the plane by fast travel, it is easiest to travel to nearby Lake Mead cave.

AppearancesEdit

Crashed B-29 appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.

Behind the scenesEdit

The crashed B-29 references an actual B-29 that crashed into Lake Mead on July 21, 1948, although the B-29 in question had been modified for atmospheric research, and thus it was not an actual bomber aircraft.

GalleryEdit

Other Wikia wikis

Random Wiki