Wings of Eagles Museum - Martin RB-57 Canberra
Bill Maloney

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01MartinRB57 02MartinRB57Canberra 03MartinRB57Canberra 04RB57SquadronInsignia
01 Martin RB-57 02 Martin RB-57 Canberra 03 Martin RB-57 Canberra 04 RB-57 Squadron Insignia
05RB57NoseGear 06RB57MainGear 07RB57MainGear 08WrightJ65TurbojetEngine
05 RB-57 Nose Gear 06 RB-57 Main Gear 07 RB-57 Main Gear 08 Wright J65 Turbojet Engine
09WrightJ65TurbojetEngine 10WrightJ65TurbojetEngine 11WrightJ65TurbojetEngine 12MartinRB57Tail
09 Wright J65 Turbojet Engine 10 Wright J65 Turbojet Engine 11 Wright J65 Turbojet Engine 12 Martin RB-57 Tail
13MartinRB57Tail 14MartinRB57Canberra 15MartinRB57Cockpit 16RB57SquadronInsignia
13 Martin RB-57 Tail 14 Martin RB-57 Canberra 15 Martin RB-57 Cockpit 16 RB-57 Squadron Insignia

Martin RB-57A Specifications:

Two other Martin RB-57s at aviation museums in the northeast
Martin RB-57 Canberra Martin RB-57 Canberra
Another Martin RB-57 at the US Air Force museum in Dayton, OH Another Martin RB-57 at the New England Air Museum in Hartford, CT

Length: 66 feet 0 inches
106 feet, 7 inches
15 feet, 7 inches
Empty 27,000lbs Loaded - 59,000lbs
Max Speed: 600 mph
Cruise Speed: 420 mph
Range: 2,000 miles
Service Ceiling: 70,000 feet
Fuel Capacity: 5,040 gallons internally
Powerplant: Two Pratt & Whitney J57-P-9 turbojets 10,000 lbs thrust each
First Flight : Nov. 3, 1955
Cost: $3,050,000

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