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North American Aviation B-25B Mitchell Test Flight over Pacific Coast
North American Aviation B-25C Mitchell Test Flight
North American Aviation B-25H Mitchell Factory Testing
North American Aviation B-25B Mitchell Test Flight
North American Aviation PBJ (B-25 Mitchell) B-roll
North American Aviation B-25C Mitchell Factory Testing
North American Aviation YF-107 Ultra Sabre B-roll
North American Aviation B-25B Mitchell Factory Testing
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North American Aviation B-25J Mitchell Assembly Line
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North American XB-70 Valkyrie B-roll
Rockwell HiMAT Test Flight
McDonnell Aircraft F3H Demon B-roll
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North American Aviation A-36 Invader Footage
The NA-21 Dragon (B-21) Experimental Bomber
North American Aviation B-25H Mitchell Test Flight
The North American B-25 Mitchell was a twin-engine bomber that became standard equipment for the Allied Air Forces in World War II. The B-25 was perhaps the most versatile aircraft of World War II, nearly 10,000 were produced.
The B-25 became the most heavily armed airplane in the world, was used for high- and low-level bombing, strafing, photoreconnaissance, submarine patrol and even as a fighter.
Normal bomb capacity of a B-25 was 5,000 pounds. Some versions carried 75 mm cannon, machine guns and added firepower of 13 .50-caliber guns in the conventional bombardier's compartment.
This footage includes a cockpit view when firing the nose-mounted cannon.
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air to air
beaches and coastlines
full body views
historic production status
North American Rockwell
vintage / retro