Keystone B-4


Keystone B-4
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Un Keystone B-4

Constructeur Drapeau : États-Unis Keystone Aircraft Corporation
Rôle Bombardier léger
Statut Retiré du service
Mise en service 1932
Équipage
5 personnes
Motorisation
Moteur Pratt & Whitney R-1860-7 Hornet
Nombre 2
Type 9 cylindres en étoile refroidi par air
Puissance unitaire 575 ch
Dimensions
Envergure 22,78 m
Longueur 14,88 m
Hauteur 4,80 m
Masses
Maximale 5 992 kg
Performances
Vitesse maximale 195 km/h
Plafond 4 250 m
Rayon d’action 1 376 km
Rapport poids/puissance 5,21 kg/ch
Armement
Interne 3 mitrailleuses
Externe 1 134 kg de bombes

Le Keystone B-4 est un avion militaire de l'entre-deux-guerres.


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