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WW2 Bombers Ranked-by-Speed


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While the fighter was used to retain control of the skies during World War 2, it was the bomber that inevitably made its imprint on enemy infrastructure and war-making capacity.

There are a total of [ 168 ] WW2 Bombers Ranked-by-Speed entries in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below by maximum reported speed (descending) by specific production model. Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.

This listing is a continuation of the primary list 'World War 2 Aircraft Ranked by Speed'. This showcase attempts to include all bomber-type aircraft (light-, medium-, and heavy-types, close-support, attack, etc...) developments from all countries. 'X-planes' and other under development types seen during the war are excluded.





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