Category:Keystone B/LB Bomber Family

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Keystone B-4

The Keystone twin engine biplane bomber are a American family of closely related bomber designs based on a large, single-bay, conventional biplane with engines mounted in nacelles on the lower wing. Depending the variant, the tail could be a single one or twin tails and even a triple-finned tail for some LB-5.
They were used as Light Bomber (LB-5 and LB-6) or as Bomber (-3 to -6) between 1927 and the mid-thirties.

The whole production reached 194 airframes for 6 different types and their subtypes/working models.

See also

Pages in category "Keystone B/LB Bomber Family"

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