Martin B-10 / B-12

Bomber

Martin B-10 USAAC 33-0146 National Museum of the US Air Force © Karsten Palt
Photo ©: Karsten Palt
The Martin B-10 is a twin-engined medium bomber aircraft produced by the American manufacturer Glenn L. Martin Company. Martin Model 139 is the export model.
The Martin B-12 is a slightly different variant of the B-10 which is powered by a Pratt & Whitney R-1690-11 Hornet engine. Main operators were the US Army Air Corps and the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force.
Crew3
Propulsion2 Radial Engines
Engine ModelWright R-1820-33 Cyclone
Engine Power (each)578 kW775 hp
max. Cruise Speed311 km/h168 kts
  193 mph
Speed343 km/h185 kts
  213 mph
Service Ceiling7.376 m24.200 ft
Rate of climb421 m/min1380 ft/min
Range1.996 km1.078 NM
1.241 mi.
Empty Weight4.391 kg9.680 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight7.439 kg16.400 lbs
Wing Span21,49 m70 ft 6 in
Wing Area63,0 m678 ft
Length13,64 m44 ft 9 in
Height4,70 m15 ft 5 in
First Flight16.02.1932
Production Statusout of production
Production Range1933-1937
Total Production> 320
Data for (Version)Martin B-10B
VariantsB-10A, B-10B, B-12A, Model 139

[Photo-ID: 5444] Karsten Palt 2012-01-11
Martin B-10, United States Army Air Corps (USAAC) , 33-0146, c/n , Karsten Palt, 2012Martin
B-10
United States Army Air Corps (USAAC)
Reg.: 33-0146
 
export version, ex Argentine AF, only surviving B-10
National Museum of the United States Air Force [Dayton, Ohio / USA (Wright-Patterson AFB)]
[Photo-ID: 5443] Karsten Palt 2012-01-11
Martin B-10, United States Army Air Corps (USAAC) , 33-0146, c/n , Karsten Palt, 2012Martin
B-10
United States Army Air Corps (USAAC)
Reg.: 33-0146
 
export version, ex Argentine AF, only surviving B-10
National Museum of the United States Air Force [Dayton, Ohio / USA (Wright-Patterson AFB)]