B18 War Thunder

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B18 War Thunder

I see lots of Swedish B18 bombers flying around with pilot names that seem to be almost a random jumble of characters, though quite often selected from the left hand end of a standard keyboard - saaadsq, sqaedse, sadfew or wdsase sort of thing. They are often in squads and experience level seems to vary between 6-7 and 13-15. In War Thunder, the B-10B will take its place at rank I as a premium aircraft in the American tech tree. The domed nose turret and large canopy of the dorsal turret give the aircraft a distinctive appearance. One interesting detail: the engine and oil temperature gages and the engine-propeller air pressure gages were located directly on the. File: B18.png (367 KB, 1733x555) 367 KB PNG. This bomber is really handheld holyshit Anonymous 04/01/21(Thu)12:47:15 No. War Thunder is fun. Sweden had plenty of original planes and tanks of all ranks, and based on some datamining a lot of swedish aircraft guns have been added to the files, so I don't think we have to worry about a 2nd chinese tree. This page was last edited on 20 December 2019, at 19:11. © 2021 Gaijin Network Ltd. All rights reserved.

Douglas B-18A seen in 49th Parallel.

The Douglas B-18 Bolo was built by Douglas Aircraft Company and based on its DC-2, with several modifications. The wingspan was 4.5 ft (1.4 m) greater. The fuselage was deeper, to better accommodate bombs and the six-member crew; the wings were fixed in the middle of the cross-section rather than to the bottom, but this was due to the deeper fuselage.
USA, Canada and Brazil were the three countries which used the Bolo but nearly never on combat as it was quickly dedicated to maritime patrol, transport and training duties from the beginning of 1942. The last operational one was phased out in Brazil in 1946.

When the production finally ended, a total of 350 had been built by Douglas.

B18 (Family) - War Thunder Wiki

This page lists all films that feature a variation of the Douglas B-18 Bolo.

See also

Pages in category 'Douglas B-18 Bolo'

The following 10 pages are in this category, out of 10 total.



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