The B-52 entered service with USAF bomber squadrons in 1955.
The Vulcan entered service with bomber squadrons in July 1957, although it had been flying in the test and training role before that.
The US victory at Midway was significant because it was the first ever major naval battle which Japan lost. That meant a lot. It also meant the loss of 4 veteran aircraft carriers. Japan's aircraft squadrons were permanently allocated to their carriers in which they had trained and fought for almost 5 years. The US Navy, on the other hand, regularly moved squadrons from one carrier to another and even moved pilots from fighter to bomber squadrons and back again. Japan did not have the capacity or the time to train new squadrons, build new carriers and combine them into a fighting force.
It all depends on the pilot's instincts and control
Bomber Command's significance to Canada was that many of the aircrew were Canadian. As well as Canadians in RAF uniform, the 15 Squadrons of 6 Group, RCAF were all Canadian, and flew over 40,800 missions in WW2.
No. The Battle of Britain was a defensive air battle, and the RAF fought the Luftwaffe with fighter aeroplanes. The Lancaster was a four-engined bomber which didn't come into service until after the BofB.
A highly decorated major general who served in the Pacific Campaign (for the US) during the Second World War in both the 11th and 28th Bomber Squadrons.
what happened in the battle of briatin
Wiped out the IJN's cream of the crop in Torpedo Bomber, Dive Bomber, and fighter aircrewmen.
Their best torpedo & dive bomber pilots and aircrewmen were lost at Midway.
Yes the schnellbomber, a high speed bomber aircraft, developed by the Germans was used in the battle of Britain.
With fighter and bomber aircraft. The Battle of Britain was fought entirely in the skies over Southern England.
Yes they did, it is an utter and total BS myth that they did not lose a single bomber, there loses were among the lowest of any fighter squadrons. But it is debatable if it was more skill or the equipment i.e P51 Mustang
Japan just lost four aircraft carriers with some of the best carrier dive bomber, torpedo bomber, and fighter airmen in the world. They could not be replaced (in time).
In 1942, Japan's loss of over 500 of the best trained and experienced NAVAL torpedo bomber, dive bomber, and fighter airmen in the world. A loss that they would not recover from.
The duration of X-Bomber is -1560.0 seconds.
Its dependes on by bomber, the average German bomber can hold 100 to 200 bomber.
The (British) RAF used the Hawker Hurricane and Super-marine Spitfire.The (German) Luftwaffe used the Heinkel HE-111 twin engined bomber, the ME-BF110 heavy twin engine fighter, the ME-109 fighter, D0-17 light bomber & the JU-52 "Stuka" dive bomber
Bomber is the correct spelling.
Martyn 'Bomber' Bradbury was born in 1974.
There was the Junkers Ju 87 dive-bomber or Stuka (from Sturzkampfflugzeug, "dive bomber") , Heinkel He 111 ,Bombers and ground attack :Arado Ar 234 Blitz, jet bomberBlohm & Voss Ha 140 torpedo bomber flying-boat (prototype)Dornier Do 11, (Do F) 1931 medium bomberDornier Do 13, 1933 medium bomber (prototype)Dornier Do 17, Fliegender Bleistift, mail-plane/bomber/reconnaissance/night-fighterDornier Do 18, 1935 bomber/reconnaissance flying-boatDornier Do 19, Ural Bomber design competitor (prototype)Dornier Do 22, torpedo bomber/maritime reconnaissanceDornier Do 23, medium bomberDornier Do 215, bomber/night-fighterDornier Do 217, bomber/night-fighterDornier Do 317, Bomber B design competitor (prototype)Fieseler Fi 98, 1936 biplane ground attack (prototype)Fieseler Fi 167, ship-borne torpedo bomber biplaneFocke-Wulf Fw 191, Bomber B design competitor (prototype)Heinkel He 45, bomber/trainerHeinkel He 50, reconnaissance/dive bomber biplaneHeinkel He 111, primary medium bomber in serviceHeinkel He 177 Greif, only operational long-range heavy bomber of the LuftwaffeHeinkel He 274, high-altitude bomber (prototypes completed by French)Heinkel He 277 never-built Amerika Bomber, heavy bomber (project)Heinkel He 343, never-built jet bomber (project)Henschel Hs 123, ground-attack biplaneHenschel Hs 127, bomber (prototype)Henschel Hs 128, high altitude reconnaissance bomber (prototype)Henschel Hs 129, ground-attackHenschel Hs 130, high altitude reconnaissance bomber and Bomber B design competitor (prototype)Henschel Hs 132, jet dive bomber (prototype)Junkers Ju 86, bomber reconnaissanceJunkers Ju 87 Stuka, dive-bomberJunkers Ju 88, bomber/reconnaissance/night-fighterJunkers Ju 89, Ural Bomber design competitor (prototype)Junkers Ju 90, bomber (prototype)Junkers Ju 187, dive bomber (prototype)Junkers Ju 188 Rächer, bomberJunkers Ju 287, heavy jet bomber (prototype)Junkers Ju 288, Bomber B design competitor (prototype)Junkers Ju 290, long-range bomber (prototype)Junkers Ju 390 Amerika Bomber, heavy bomber (prototype)Junkers Ju 488, heavy bomber (project)Junkers EF 132, heavy bomber (project)Messerschmitt Bf 162, bomber (prototype)Messerschmitt Me 264 Amerika Bomber, heavy bomber (prototype)
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Arthur 'Bomber' Harris. Chief of Bomber command RAF in WW2.
The Germans invented the stealth bomber
Orr is the bomber pilot