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Brewster A-34

Description
  Manufacturer:Brewster
  Base model:A-34
  Designation:A-34
  Designation System:U.S. Air Force
  Designation Period:1926-1947
  Basic role:Attack

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Recent comments by our visitors
 John Voss
 , CA
The RAF purchased the Bermuda aircraft through the USAAF therefore it had to have a designation for ordering purposes...hence the A-34. Similarly, USAAF designations were given to the Martin Baltimore and Maryland bombers (i.e. A-22 and A-30) which were also 100 percent lend- lease aircraft. The A-34 was NOT a SB2A as it it did not have an arresting hook nor folding wings.
09/12/2007 @ 11:35 [ref: 17910]
 Aaron F. Robinson
 Wilmington, NC
If the Brewster Buccaneer entered service with the USAAF, it would have served as the only dive bomber to enter service with the USAAF in Europe.
07/19/2006 @ 09:16 [ref: 13752]
 Aaron Robinson
 Wilmington, NC
THE A-34 WAS ONLY DELIVERED TO THE ROYAL AIR FORCE!
06/02/2005 @ 12:48 [ref: 10372]
 Aaron F. Robinson
 Wilmington, NC
The A-34 was to have been the AAF Version of the SB2A but this contract was cancelled before any were built.750 A-34s were completed but neither of them ever entered serevice with the Army air forces.All were supplied to the RAF under Lend-Lease and named bermuda.However,these RAF SB2As were never used in combat operations.As A Result,they were often regulated to second-line duties such as target-towing and tranning roles.
09/04/2004 @ 14:57 [ref: 8217]

 
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