Category:Martin Baltimore

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Baltimore 
military aircraft
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First flight
  • 14 June 1941
Service retirement
  • 1949
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English: The Martin Baltimore was a medium bomber of the Second World War. Originally it was to be named Martin A-23, a designation reserved for a larger version of the Martin XA-22 Maryland. The U.S. Army Air Corps was not interested in the A-23 design, but the British Government purchased or received more than 1,000 aircraft under Lend-Lease. The aircraft was designated Model 187 by Martin and named Baltimore by the Royal Air Force. The USAAF bought aircraft intended for Lend-Lease under the designation A-30 and only kept some for non-combat duties under reverse Lend-Lease agreements.

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