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Undoubtedly the best bomber of World War II, the Avro Lancaster originated in an ambitious 1936 Royal Air Force specification for a long-range heavy... more
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Undoubtedly the best bomber of World War II, the Avro Lancaster originated in an ambitious 1936 Royal Air Force specification for a long-range heavy bomber. The Lancaster flew for the first time on January 9, 1941, and went on to become Bomber Command's preferred bomber. The British had adopted night area bombing tactics, and the Lancasters would take off on their mission one at a time. It proved to be an extremely tractable airplane for the long flights at night, and maneuverable enough that pilots could do elaborate "cork-screw" evasive maneuvers to elude German night fighters. Initially designed to carry 4,000 tons of bombs, the Lancaster carried increasingly larger loads as it matured, including 8,000 and 12,000 pound giants.
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