Do try this tour of a B-25 Mitchell bomber, created by the Poltrack Family. It is really, really good and well worth your time.
North American B-25 Mitchell: The Ultimate Look: From Drawing Board to Flying Arsenal
My Uncle Ed Poltrack piloted 60 missions in the Pacific Theatre in WWII. He piloted a B-25 Mitchell Bomber. The National Museum of the Air Force website has an interactive photo gallery of the interior of this aircraft (see the links under the photo). Note:Ed piloted a variation of the original design in which the transparent nose was replaced with two fixed machine guns.
38th Bomb Group – 823rd Squadron
Click on links to see a 360 degree view of the interior of this aircraft (links open in new window)
Ed Poltrack in Cockpit
From Ed Poltrack’s War Diary — Sunday, April 15, 1944 – Mission #48
Mission to Hollandia. Nil interception. Nil ack-ack. On return met a solid front near Bogadjim. Turned toward coast and found a hole on…
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I do like these 360 views.