Parent subjectAmerican aircraft (WW2 Period)
Description The Baltimore was a light bomber built to British specifications by the American aircraft company, Martin. It was intended as a replacement for the Martin Maryland and served primarily in support of ground operations throughout the Mediterranean theatre from January 1942; it served in no other theatre. A total of 1,575 Baltimores were produced between June 1941 and May 1944. They were also employed on maritime patrol and reconnaissance tasks.
  • Title: Martin Baltimore Mk. III
  • Type: Light bomber
  • Entered service: 1942
  • Crew: 4
  • Wing span: 18.69 m
  • Length: 14.78 m
  • Weight (unladen): 6,895 kg
  • Ceiling: 7,315 m
  • Endurance: Maximum range 1,529 km
  • Speed: 486 km/h
  • Armament: Up to 10 x .303-in machine-guns
  • 907 kg of bombs

Martin Baltimore