Douglas XSB2D-1 & BTD-1 Destroyer  0942612302

Douglas XSB2D-1 & BTD-1 Destroyer

Product code 0942612302

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Series Naval Fighters Number 30

Publisher/Brand Ginter

Author Bob Kowalski & Steve Ginter

Format a4

No. Pages 48

Version Soft cover

Language English

Category Books on aviation

Subcategory X-Planes » X-Planes USA

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Product description

Bob Kowalski continues the saga of the bomber Torpedo (BT) program and the similar Scout Bomber (SB) program with the obscure story of the Douglas XSB2D-1 and BTD-1 "Destroyer".

The United States was still at peace when the Navy issued a requirement for a design to serve with the fleet as both a successor to the SBD, which would be nearing obsolescence, and as a possible replacement for the SB2C, which was undergoing what can charitably be called a prolonged proportional development period. To meet this requirement, two prototypes of the SXB2D-1 were ordered by the Navy on 30 June 1941
75-B&W PHOTO, 15-PAGES DRAWINGS



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