20,013 feet (6,100 m; 3.79 miles)
780 miles (1,255 km; 678 nm)
(Showcased performance values pertain to the Grumman J2F-6 Duck production model; Compare this aircraft entry against any other in our database)
1 x 7.62mm Browning machine gun in observers cockpit.
Up to 650lbs of bombs or depth charges.
(Showcased armament details pertain to the Grumman J2F-6 Duck production model)
J2F-1 - Initial Production Model; fitted with R-1820-20 radial piston engine of 750 horsepower; 29 examples produced.
J2F-2 - USMC production model; underwing bomb racks; defensive gun positions at nose and dorsal locations; 21 examples produced.
J2F-2A - Based on the J2F-2; 9 examples produced.
J2F-3 - Based on the J2F-2; fitted with R-1802-26 radial piston engine of 850 horsepower; 20 example produced.
J2F-4 - Based on the J2F-2; fitted with R-1820-30 radial piston engine of 850 horsepower; target-towing equipment; 32 examples produced.
J2F-5 - Based on the J2F-2; fitted with R-1820-54 radial piston engine of 1,050 horsepower; 144 examples produced.
J2F-6 - Columbian export model based on the J2F-5 production series; fitted with R-1820-64 radial piston engine of 1,050 horsepower; revised cowl; underwing bomb racks; 330 examples produced.
OA-12 - USAAF Air and Sear Rescue Variant
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