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Martin Baltimore V

US 2  £2.00

 

The Baltimore was a twin engined light bomber. It entered service in May 1942. It was widely used in the Mediterranean by the Allied forces.

Speed :- 320 mph

Climb :- 1,250 feet per minute

Ceiling :- 25,000 feet

Range :- 980 miles

Armament :- 4x 0.5" MG (wings)

1x 0.5" MG (turret)

up to 2000lb bombs

 

Top surface - middle stone.

Undersides - Sky azure blue.

Codes - White

Lockheed Hudson

US 3  £2.00

 

Developed from a civilian airliner, the Hudson entered service in May 1939. It was used throughout the war, in all theatres of operation, as a maritime strike and reconnaissance bomber.

Speed :- 260 mph

Climb :- 1,280 feet per minute

Ceiling :- 26,000 feet

Range :- 1,800 miles

Armament :- (RAF & RAAF)

up to 7x .303 MG

up to 1000lb bombs

 

Top surface - dark sea grey, extra dark sea grey.

Undersides - Sky grey or sky.

De-icing boots - black

Codes - medium sea grey

F4F- 3 Wildcat

US 4  £1.25

 

The F4F- 3 served as a front line fighter in the U.S. & British navies as well as the U.S. Marine Corps from late 1940 to mid 1942

Speed :- 298 mph

Climb :- 1,760 feet per minute

Ceiling :- 37,000 feet

Range :- 860 miles

Armament :- 4x .5" HMG

 US WW2 Aircraft

Top surface - matt blue grey.

Undersides - matt light grey.

Wing walks - black

Rudder-alternate red/white stripes

Note - rudder stripes & red centers to stars removed after May 1942.

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