The North American B-25 Mitchell is an American medium bomber from the Second World War. The B-25 is a high-wing, all-metal structure with a retractable three-point landing gear and a double tail tail. The propulsion was two Wright Cyclon engines with the power from 1300KM to 1850KM, depending on the version. The flight of the prototype took place in 1940, and a year later mass production started. During the war, numerous versions of this bomber were produced, including B-25G (with a 75mm gun in the bow of the hull), B-25H (with a 75mm gun and 6 machine guns in the bow of the machine) and the B-25J (with 8 machine guns of 12.7mm in the bow of the fuselage). B-25 planes fought mainly in the Pacific and the Mediterranean basin. A number of them were handed over to Great Britain and the USSR under the lend-and-lease agreement, where they made their combat debut at Stalingrad. From 1943, the Polish 305 squadron flew on the B-25. The B-25 was famous primarily for its daring brave bomb attack on Tokyo in April 1942 (the famous Doolittle raid). Technical data: Maximum speed: 442 km / h, speed of climb: 4 m / s, maximum ceiling 7,600 m, maximum range: 4,300 km, armament: permanent - depending on the version, from 4 to 12 12.7mm Browning machine guns or combination of the 75 mm and km guns. suspended - up to 2700 kg of bombs.
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