Kites, Birds & Stuff - Aircraft of the U.S.A. - MARTIN Aircraft.
Lulu.com, Aug 2, 2014 - 154 pages
The aviation history of Martin aircraft. From the beginning to their demise, as such. Information on their aircraft through to Martin Marietta and to their amalgamation with Lockheed. Biplanes, monoplanes, seaplanes, piston engines, jet engines, rockets and missiles, plus projects. The whole works ?
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A four engined monoplane flying boat for the U S Navy abandoned
Model 156 The SOVIET CLIPPER one only during 1938
Model 167 MARYLAND
A high speed reconnaissance patrol bomber type for the U S Navy abandoned
A long or medium range twin engined reconnaissance patrol aircraft abandoned
A four engined transport aircraft of around 100000 lbs abandoned
0.303 inch machine abandoned Able to carry Accommodation altitude biplane aircraft bomb bay bomb load bomber aircraft bomber type Bottom picture shows Browning machine guns BuNos C/nos carry a bomb Climb rate Cruising cylinder radial engines Dimensions Maximum speed Dimensions Span fabric coverings Fleet Air Arm flew flying boat forward firing ft 6ins ft/min fuselage gallons GMB-G hp Pratt hundred inch machine guns later Launched lb.t Length Lewis machine guns long range Martin Company MARTIN MB MARTIN Model 162 metal construction miles missile nine cylinder radial nose Numbers parasol winged passengers patrol Performance Dimensions Maximum Performance Maximum speed Powered by four Pratt & Whitney propellers prototype radar re-designated reconnaissance rocket S/nos seaplane Service ceiling speed of sound tail Top picture shows torpedo transport type twenty twin engined type were produced U.S. Army U.S. Navy Unable to locate undercarriage Weights Empty Wing area Wright Cyclone