Breguet 699 B2 (Two-Seat Bomber)

The Breguet 699 B2 was the designation given to a bomber version of the Br 693 two-seat attack bomber that would have been powered by two 825hp Pratt & Whitney SB4G radial engines. This would have given it 250hp more than the similar Br 696 B2, which made its maiden flight in prototype form on 3 November 1939. No prototype was built for the Breguet 699.

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How to cite this article: Rickard, J (2 October 2009), Breguet 699 B2 (Two-Seat Bomber) , http://www.historyofwar.org/articles/weapons_breguet_699.html

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