B19 Havoc US. Air-Force & Navy four engine bomber. Originally planned as a float-plane but then the Air-Force learned of the unique pusher-pull tandem engine configuration and offered to put up half the funds for development if the the plane was given a conventional landing gear. The Navy accepted the Air-Force's offer and the B19 became a dual service attack craft but the Navy got more use out of the B19 than the Army ever did. The Air-Force tried the B19 in various roles but never found a true role for the plane due to having better aircraft designed for specified roles. The Navy however used the B19 in both anti-shipping and an anti-submarine role. The naval version of the B19 could carry two torpedoes or six depth charges or a 2,200 lbs. bomb load and most planes were armed with five 50 cal. (four in the nose and one in the tail) MG's,a 20mm cannon in a dorsal turret and two 30mm cannons of German design in each wing root. An OTL Aircuda with engines added to the front of each nacelle and a twin rudder tail.