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Designed and built by Avro for the Royal Air Force, the Avro Lancaster is a British four-engine and became the main heavy bomber in Second World War used by R.A.F.The Lancaster was designed by Roy Chadwick and was powered by four Rolls-Royce Merlins, or, in one version, Bristol Hercules engines.
The origins of the Lancaster stem from a new generation of twin-engined medium bomber design submitted to meet Specification P.13/36, and the engine specified as the Rolls-Royce Vulture as the result of aircraft was the Manchester, and only 200 Manchester were built and they were withdrawn from service in 1942. Roy Chadwick was working on improved Manchester design by using four more reliable Rolls-Royce Merlin engines on a larger wing. The aircraft was initially designated Avro Type 683 Manchester III and later renamed the Lancaster.
The Lancaster was a true warrior, the most famous and most successful night bombers in WWII, "Delivering 608,612 tons of bombs in 156,000 sorties. Lancaster operate with seven crews, the system was armed with no fewer than eight defensive machine guns, 4000lb payload, gradually advanced to carry the concrete busting bomb - ultimate 22,000lb Grand Slam, And modified to carry the "Bouncing bomb" to attack on Germany's Ruhr Valley dams, Dam buster.
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