No. 3109. Ford XB-906 (X9652 c/n XB-906-1)
Photograph from US National Archives

Ford XB-906

08/31/2007. Remarks by Johan Visschedijk: "This aircraft was derived from a 5-AT-C to be entered in a design competition. It featured a single pilot's seat, two open-air gunners' pits with two machine guns each, internal bomb racks and a modified tail. It was flown for the first time in April 1931, but crashed on September 19, 1931, during testing at the factory, killing Ford's chief test pilot Leroy Manning."

Created December 12, 2003