Check out this B-36 dropping bombs at Eglin AFB, FL back in the day.
Even -fritz- was too young to have been around for this one.
See this article about the saga of the last B-36 and how the City of Fort Worth tried to save it
Alarmed by the possibility of the airplane becoming airworthy, the Air Force decreed that work cease on the flyout effort. They explained that the airplane would be a threat to national security and would be a huge safety hazard if allowed to operate under civilian control. Their announced plan to repossess the bomber launched a long series of negotiations with the City of Fort Worth who came under intense local pressure to save the plane.