Douglas A-20 Havoc practising skip bombing

Douglas A-20 Havoc practising skip bombing
Here we see a Douglas A-20 Havoc practising skip bombing, a low level bombing technique that was mainly used against enemy shipping, as the bomb would bounce across the water towards the target, without getting high enough to actually bounce over a ship. The shape of the glazing suggests that this is either an A-20, A-20A or A-20C, but the details that would identify the exact model can't be seen.
How to cite this article: Rickard, J (7 June 2019), Douglas A-20 Havoc practising skip bombing , http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_a-20_skip_bombing.html

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