Wings of Eagles Museum - Douglas BTD-1 Destroyer
Bill Maloney

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Douglas BTD-1 Destroyer Specifications:

Douglas BDT-1 Destroyer's successor, the Douglas Skyraider
The Douglas BDT-1 Destroyer's successor, the A-1 Skyraider, can be found at the USAF Museum in Dayton, OH

Length: 38 feet 7 inches
45 feet, 0 inches
13 feet, 7 inches
Empty 11,500 Loaded - 19,000 lbs
Max Speed: 334mph at 16,000 feet
Cruise Speed: 290mph
Range: miles
Service Ceiling: 23,600 feet
Fuel Capacity:
Powerplant: Wright R-3350-14 Cyclone Radial Engine 2,300hp
 Two 20mm Cannon
 Up to 3.200lbs bombs or torpedo internally
First Flight : 1943
Total Produced: 28 (This is the only surviving example of the BDT-1 Destroyer)
Cost: $

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