Изображения: черно-белые рисункиThe PBM-5 is a engine, excessive wing, medium variety flying boat that could be used as a patrol, bomber, or torpedo aircraft. The approximate total dimensions are: size, seventy nine ft, 10 inches; peak, 28 toes, 10 inches; and span 118 toes. the conventional gross weight is 56,000 kilos.
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