Plan - 1640 B-25 Bomber
Brand Kiona Publishing, Inc.
The B-25 Mitchell is a twin-engine, medium bomber that was manufactured by North American Aviation. It was named in honor of Major General William "Billy" Mitchell, a pioneer of U.S. military aviation. It was used by Allied air forces that served in every theater of World War II. After the War many remained in service, operating across four decades. Nearly 10,000 Mitchell aircraft were built. The plan was designed by Mark Rittinger as a sport electric-powered, twin-motor-powered Speed 400 type model. The model features a 48-in. wingspan. It was originally designed for 6-volt Speed-400 power, but would be perfect brushless motor for 3- or 4-cell LiPo power. The model uses built-up construction of balsa, spruce and plywood, with a film covering.