Douglas B-18 Bolo - The Ultimate Look: from Drawing Board to by Dr William Wolf (Mi

By Dr William Wolf (Mi

William Wolf brings his meticulous study to explain the little recognized Douglas B-18 Bolo which used to be America's so much quite a few entrance line bomber on the time of Pearl Harbor. through the years the tale of the airliner became bomber has languished in obscurity and the few articles at the topic in well known aviation magazines have emphasised its faults and maligned it as the cheap bomber that had few virtues. Wolf's accomplished ebook is the 1st ever at the topic and provides the reader the definitive description and appraisal of this overlooked bomber's improvement, checking out, manufacture, the plane in line with se, and wrestle adventure.

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See Compartment Color Gallery for photos) The Type A-6 oxygen regulators were automatic, and indicated the cylinder pressure. The six regulators supplied each cylinder, and were located at: Front gunner and bombardier were supplied by a two-way shutoff valve on the left hand side of the fuselage. Pilot's regulator was located on the left hand side of the fuselage adjacent to his seat. Co-pilot's regulator was mounted in a similar position as the pilot's on the right hand side of the fuselage. Navigator was supplied by a two-way shut-off valve supplied from an extension from the co-pilot's cylinder.

Several minutes after the bombers took off the avy recon plane radioed that 81ack Force was 40 miles further east than first reported, and another report confirmed the sighting. LeMay used the Navy's reported positions to calculate the intercept point for the bombers flying over the fog. When Haynes' lead B-17 dropped down through the fog at 700 feet there was only empty ocean and fading daylight, and the Blue Force had to turn back; there were now faced with trying to find San Francisco through not only the fog, but also darkness.

The bombardier had a small instrument panel adjacent to the electric bomb control panel. Communications Equipment The aircraft was equipped with the following communications equipment: The Sperry Automatic PilotType A-2 was installed on aircraft nos. 37-458 to 37-594 inclusive, and provided control of the rudder, ailerons, and elevators, maintaining directional, lateral, and longitudinal stability. (USAF) lateral, and longitudinal stability. It consisted of the following major components: gyro control, mounting hydraulic servo, speed control valves, oil pressure relief valve, oil pressure gauge, oil supply tank, oil pumps, oil filter, vacuum pumps, and vacuum relief valve.

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