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| ENGINE||2 x 525hp Pratt & Whitney R-1690-3 Hornet|
| Take-off weight||5880 kg||12963 lb|
| Empty weight||3498 kg||7712 lb|
| Max. speed||184 km/h||114 mph|
| Ceiling||3871 m||12700 ft|
| Range||1385 km||861 miles|
|william goldsmith, M.D., 02.09.2012|
Gallant old planes. Incredible they were in service until just before the war. One Zero, one ME 109, hell, one P- 26 could have wiped out a whole squadron. The crews must have known that. What did they say?
I have pictures of several on the ground at Luke field which was located on Ford island Hawaii originally.
|Homer L Keisler, 26.09.2010|
I have pictures of several on the ground at Luke field which was located on Ford island Hawaii originally. Also have a Waltham 8 day aviation clock which had been mounted with 4 small wood screws to the wooden instrument panel of a Keystone Bomber. Their engines.structural parts and components were used in Aeronautical schools before WW-2
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