Designed by Brewster as the SBA scout bomber, it was produced by the Naval Aircraft Factory as the SBN. 30 examples were ordered, but with more advanced aircraft becoming available, most were used as trainers.
Additional information on this aircraft
can be found at Wikipedia
(updated February 2009)
Type: carrier-based scout bomber/trainer Crew: 2 Armament: one 0.30 inch machine gun in rear cockpit up to 500 lbs. of bombs Specifications: Length: 27' 8" (8.43 m) Height: 8' 7" (2.64 m) Wingspan: 39' 0" (11.89 m) Wing area: 259 sq. ft (24.06 sq. m) Max Weight: 6759 lb (3066 kg) max at takeoff Propulsion: No. of Engines: 1 Powerplant: Wright XR-1820-22 Cyclone radial Horsepower: 950 hp Performance: Range: 1015 miles (1633 km) Max Speed: 254 mph ( 409 km/h) Ceiling: 28,300 ft (8625 m)
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