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DOUGLAS XB-22

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The XB-22 was proposed by Douglas as an improved version of the B-18A with more powerful Wright R-2600 radial engines of 1,600 hp each. No aircraft were ordered because better twin-engine bombers were already being designed including the Douglas B-23 Dragon.


Type Number built/
converted
Remarks
XB-22 0 Improved B-18A


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