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  the MID-ATLANTIC AIR MUSEUM STORE :: BOOKS :: Squadron/Signal Publications "In Action" Series :: B-26 MARAUDER IN ACTION #50

  B-26 MARAUDER IN ACTION #50 #16370
B-26 MARAUDER IN ACTION #50  The B-26 Marauder had a gross weight of 30,035 lbs and a top speed of 315 mph. Designed by the Glenn L Martin Company, it had a pair of Pratt & Whitney 1850 horsepower, R-2800-5 Double Wasp engines. Numerous training accidents in Florida dubbed it "The Widow Maker" and "One-A-Day-In-Tampa-Bay". But its war record made it the plane that brought its crews home more consistently than any other bomber. The book is filled with specifications, facts and pictures, including a two-page color center section showing the different markings and configurations. This is a very handy guide for the modeler trying for that true scale appearance!

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