NA Mitchell B-25

Type: Twin-engine, high-wing monoplane
Role: Medium Bomber
Top speed: 272 mph / 438 kph
Range: 1,350 mi / 2,174 km
Service Ceiling: 24,200' / 7,378 m
Weight: 19,480 lbs / 8,855 kg
Wingspan: 67′ 7″ / 20.60 m
Length: 52′ 11″ / 16.13 m
Height: 16′ 4″ / 4.98 m
Power: 2 1,700 hp Wright R-2600-92 Twin Cyclone 14-cylinder Air-cooled Radial Engines
Crew: 6 (Pilot, Co-pilot, Navigator/Bombardier, Turret gunner/Engineer, Radio Operator/Waist Gunner, Tail Gunner)
Designer(s): North American Aviation
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Number Manufactured: 9,816
Country of Origin: United States
First Flight: August 19, 1940
Retired: 1979
Guns: 12–18 .50 in / 12.7 mm machine guns and 1 2.95 in / 75 mm T13E1 Cannon
Bombs: 3,000 lb / 1,360 kg bombs
Additional: Could be fitted with 8 127mm Rockets and one external Mark 13 torpedo.