Weapons

TYPE
TYPE SUBTYPE NUMERICTYPEDESIGNATOR MODELNUMBERS COMMONNAME STATUS PURPOSE SVC PRIMECONTRACTOR OTHERCONTRACTORS SPECIFICATIONS REMARKS
aircraft attack SB2A 2, 3 Buccaneer Obsolete attack aircraft Brewster WW II
aircraft attack SB2C 1, 1C Helldiver Obsolete Dive bomber Navy Curtiss WW II
aircraft attack SBC SBC-3, -4 Helldiver Obsolete Maritime Attack & Patrol USN Curtis Wright (Engine) Engine: R-1820-34, Power: 950 hp, Wing Span: 34′ 0, Length: 28′ 2, Height: 10′ 5, Max Speed: 203 kts. Operating Ceiling 24,000′, Cruise speed: 152 kts. WW II (1937-1944), last biplane accepted by USN Armament early version 500 pound bomb load, later 1,000 pound bomb load.
aircraft basic trainer BC-1 A, B, I Army AC North American
aircraft bomber B-29 SuperFortress Obsolete heavy bomber Army AC Boeing Company Bell, Martin under license WW II
Aug. 1945. B-29’s dropped both atomic bombs on Japanese cities;
Enola Gay on Hiroshima and Bock’s Car on Nagasaki. Only aircraft to drop nuclear weapons on enemy.
Korean War

3,970 B-29’s built
aircraft bomber B-3 A Obsolete Keystone 2-engine 1930s
aircraft bomber B-32 Dominator Obsolete bomber Army AC Consolidated WW II
aircraft bomber B-34 Ventura Obsolete medium bomber Army AC Vega WW II
Navy designation is PV
aircraft bomber B-36 Peacemaker Obsolete AF Convair
aircraft bomber B-4 Keystone Obsolete Army AC 1931, used by 7th Bomb Group

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