The Lancaster and the Wellington
Fighters (Hellcats); Dive Bombers (Dauntless); Torpedo Bombers (Avengers); Medium Bombers (Mitchells); Heavy Bombers (Superfortress).
Principally the Avro Lancaster. The Short Stirling & The Handley-Page Halifax were the supporting players. Pathfinding was usually done by the de Haviland Mosquito.
There were a number of bombers developed during WW1. Initially, two seater biplanes would drop small hand grenades from the sky, but as the war progressed specialised aircraft were developed as bombers. The Airco D.H. 4 was an early bomber as was the French Voisin VIII, Italian Caproni Ca.3 and 5 and the Germans AEG-IV. Later the big bombers were developed. Two of the best known heavy bombers were the British Vimy Vickers and the German Gotha. A lesser known, but earlier heavy bomber was the Russian Sikorsky Ilya Mourometz 4 engine bomber, built in 1913-14. It was originally built as a passenger airplane and converted to the role of a bomber.
The B17, B24, and B29s were the heavy bombers of WWII. The B52 was the heavy bomber of the Vietnam War.
at the start of the war only 25lb bombs were used, later 50lbs on fighter bombers in 1939, 100lbs bombs of light bombers such as the mosquito, 200lbs bombs on a mix of planes and later ww2 fighter bombers such as the tempest, 250lbs were used on a range of role, 500lbs on medium bombers, 1000lbs on heavy bombers, 2000lbs on heavy bombers, 8000lbs on the Lancaster, 12,000lb earthquake bombs on specially outfitted Lancaster, 22,000lb bombs on specially outfitted Lancaster
Most fighters were about 30 feet wingspan, medium bombers were 60-70 feet wingspan ,and heavy bombers were about 130 fee wingspan and 90 feet long.
They're mounted in turrets along the underside of heavy bombers. All World War II bombers had them; they were used to defend the plane against enemy fighters and they were operated by the bombardier when he wasn't bombing.
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Yes. A tank has strong heavy armor and a heavy weight that is great from getting crushed by helicopters or bombers.
British battleships King George V & Rodneygunfire along with gunfire & torpedoes from heavy cruisers Norfolk and Dorsetshire. Also the British battleship Prince of Wales, British Swordfish torpedo bombers had scored a few hits in the days prior to the Bismarck's final battle.
The British tank that was first produced in 1915 weighed 28 tons.