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B-25H Mitchell bomber in flight over central Burma, date unknown

Caption   B-25H Mitchell bomber in flight over central Burma, date unknown ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 22 Jul 2012

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
13 Jul 2015 09:57:24 PM

LOOKING FOR TARGETS: EAT LEAD!

B-25-H-1-NA However, the NA Models were delivered with gun packs on right side only below co-pilots position. Forward armament 1 x 75mm
cannon, 4 x .50 caliber machine guns, 2 x .50 caliber single gun packs, top turret facing forward with 2 x .50's.
Later production B-25-H Models had added gun packs on pilots side, bring a total of ten .50's plus the 75mm cannon against targets. I'm sure when strafing the target and leaving the area the side .50's and two tail .50's give the target more lead.

FIREPOWER! NOWHERE TO RUN

The B-25 carried a lot of firepower and were used in the anti-shipping role. Ships the size of a destroyer were cut in half

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