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Martin MB-1 / Glenn Martin Bomber Reconnaissance / Bomber Aircraft The Martin MB-1 (also known as the "Glenn Martin Bomber") became the first American-designed heavy bomber type to be purchased in quantity in the First World War, becoming the mainstay of the United States Army Air Service (USAAS) for a time. The system was a two-engine bomber of indigenous creation and was designed by the Glenn Martin Company. In the end, only nine full-operational systems would become available by war's end. Dimensions: Length: 44.09ft Width: 71.49ft Height: 14.70 Structure: Accommodation: 3 - 4 Maximum Take-Off Weight:10,223lbs Engines:2 x Liberty 12-A engines developing 400hp each. Performance: Maximum Speed: 104mph Maximum Range: 390miles Service Ceiling: 12,247ft Armament: Standard:5 x .30 cal. Lewis machine guns Optional:Up to 2,000lbs of ordnance

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