Mid Atlantic Air Museum - North American B-25J Mitchell Bomber
Bill Maloney

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01 North American B-25 Mitchell 02 North American B-25 Mitchell Nose 03 B-25 Waist Gun 04 B-25 Mitchell Bombay Doors
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05 B-25 Mitchell Tail 06 B-25 Mitchell Bomb Bay 07 B-25 Mitchell Bomb Bay 08 B-25 Mitchell Bomb Bay
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09 B-25 Wright R-2600 10 B-25 Wright R-2600 11 B-25 Mitchell Bombay Doors 12 North American B-25 Mitchell Nose
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13 B-25 Mitchell Nose Art 14 B-25 Mitchell Nose 15 B-25 Wright R-2600 16 North American B-25 Dorsal Gun Turret

North American B-25 Mitchell Bomber Specifications:

North American B-25 Mitchell Bombers at other Aviation Museums in the Northeast
North American B-25 Mitchell Bomber B-25
North American B-25 Mitchell bomber at the American Air Power Museum in Farmingdale, NY North American B-25 Mitchell bomber at the Canada Aviation Museum in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
B-25 Mitchell Cannon Armed B-25
North American B-25 Mitchell bomber at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Mount Hope, Ontario, Canada A B-25 Mitchell with a 75mm cannon in the nose at the New England Air Museum in Windsor Locks, CT
  B-25 Doolittle Raider
  A B-25 Mitchell in Doolittle Bomber markings at the US Air Force Museum in Dayton, OH

Length: 52 feet, 11 inches
67 feet, 7 inches
15 feet, 9 inches
Empty -21,100lbs Max Takeoff - 28,460lbs
Max Speed: 275mph at 8,500 feet
Cruise Speed: 230mph
Range: 1,200 miles
Service Ceiling: 25,000 feet
Fuel Capacity: 974 gallons
Powerplant: Wright Double Cyclone R2600 radial engine 1,700hp
 Seven 50cal Browning machine guns
 3,000lb Bomb Load
First Flight : 1940
Cost: $96,000

This WWII B-25 Mitchell Medium Bomber is no hangar queen. It is fully airworthy and is flown several times a year to and at airshows around the country. The restoration is excellent and it's easy to see that a lot of time and care has been put into this B-25.

This particular B-25 saw action in the Mediterranean and shares partial credit for the sinking of the Italian cruiser Taranto on September 23, 1944.

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