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Martin AM Mauler
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Martin AM-1 Mauler1999 Tillamook Naval Air Station Museum in Tillamook, Oregon+
by Phil Juvet on ARC Air
Year 2002 according to Model Fan 9/2002 (Polish)
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7. November 2012 at 22:15:28 Share
When I saw these were "sold out" on the CMR web site, I had to pick one up. I mean this bad boy could lift more ordnance than the Skyraider that the Navy preferred. Maybe they didn't like all the carrier landing mishaps.
7. November 2012 at 22:20:07
8. November 2012 at 07:07:52
That airplane must have had the handling qualities of a brick with such a loadout
8. November 2012 at 16:14:03
All that ordnance (and more!) comes with the CMR kit. I believe the Mauler still has the record for payload flown by a single engine prop. Over 14,000 lbs. "useful load."
The AM was said to stand for "Able Mable" because of the load carrying capacity, but "Awful Monster" for its capability getting on and off the deck, especially landing.
8. November 2012 at 21:00:18
Well, the Mauler's R-4360 engine delivers more power than a Ju 88's two Jumo 211 combined
8. November 2012 at 21:14:26
Add comment » Bill Gilman
I got a good deal on the kit because it had no decal sheet. But looking at the pix in Ginter's book on the Mauler, it shouldn't be difficult to recreate the markings. It didn't have much. Those angled lines on the vertical fin are interesting - must have been some way of the deck crew measuring angle of attack when landing?
8. November 2012 at 21:21:10
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