"Washington" was the RAF designation for the famous Boeing B29, one example of which, the Enola Gay, dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima. No B-29s were built for the RAF. All that were received (87 in total) were built for USAAF use many had seen active service before being transferred to the RAF in the early 1950s.
Chris Howlett is researching the history of the Washington Aircraft in general and would also be very keen to hear from you. He is producing an informative and extremely interesting newsletter on the subject. You access PDF copies of it using the links to the left.
Dave Forster has written an account of 192 Squadron Washington’s - If you are ex-RWE/CSE/192 Dave Forster would really appreciate hearing from you . . .
"Over the years I've managed to amass a fair bit of info on the technical and operational aspects of the squadron during the 1950s and beyond (it's surprising how much is in the public domain) - but I'd really like to get some personal recollections to tie everything together. I'm not looking for any earth-shattering revelations regarding overflights or anything like that - just some idea of what it was like to serve on the squadron during that period."