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14 Sqn in North Africa from August 1942 to September 1944. Later, the long-span Marauder Mk 111 served with No. 39 Sqn. early 1943 the 22nd BG had been reequipped. The B-26B came into the war in May 1942, powered by R-28005, R-2800-41 or R-2800-43 engines, without the spinners of the B-26A, with extra armour and guns, and with enlarged wing span on the 642nd and following production aircraft. Martin's Omaha subsidiary made the B-26C, which was identical with the mcreased-span B-26B. The B-26 saw service in the Aleutians in 1942, and in the Western Desert under RAF Middle East Command as the Marauder Mk I ( B - 2 6 A ) , Marauder Mk IA (B-26B), and Marauder Mk II (B-26C), No.
303-in) Type 89 machine-guns (in nose, tail, ventral and two beam stations) and one flexible 20-mm Ho-1 cannon in dorsal turret, plus a maximum bombload of 1000 kg (2,205 Ib) A Ki-49-IIa of the 3rd Chutai, 95th Sentai, operating in north east China during September 1944. The 'palmfrond'camouflage was applied in the field. Despite its Japanese designation of 'heavy bomber', the Nakajima Ki-49 had a maxim urn bombload of only 1000 kg(2,205 Ib). Itsawmuch action but suffered at the hands of Allied fighters due to lack of performance.
49 Sgn) for action against the Dortmund-Ems canal on 12/13 August 1940, and the second to Sergeant John Hannah (No. 83 Sgn) for putting out a fire over Antwerp on 15/16 September 1940. Mk I torpedo-bombers, which served with Nos 144, 455 and 408 Squadrons in Coastal Command from bases in Scotland and the northern USSR during 1942; two Hampden Mk II aircraft with 1,100-hp (820-kW) Wright Cyclones were produced, The 1,000hp (745-kW) Napier Dagger VIII engine was installed in the Hampden's cousin, the Hereford: 100 were built, saw no action, and nine were converted to Hampden Mk Is.
Aircraft carriers by Jonathan Martin; Robert Powell