Fuel capacity: Fuel 330 US gal (275 imp gal; 1,249 l) in three centre-section integral tanks + 2x 58 US gal (48 imp gal; 220 l) droppable slipper tanks under outer wings, with provision for a jettisonable 275 US gal (229 imp gal; 1,041 l) bomb-bay ferry tank.; Oil 32 US gal (27 imp gal; 121 l)
up to eight 3.5-Inch Forward Firing Aircraft Rockets, 5-Inch Forward Firing Aircraft Rockets or High Velocity Aerial Rockets
Up to 2,000 lb (907 kg) of bombs
1 × 2,000 lb (907 kg) Mark 13 torpedo
The Grumman TBF Avenger (designated TBM for aircraft manufactured by General Motors) is an American torpedo bomber developed initially for the United States Navy and Marine Corps, and eventually used by several air and naval aviation services around the world.
Prototypes each powered by a 1,700 hp (1,300 kW) R-2600-8 engine, second aircraft introduced the large dorsal fin. (2 built)
Initial production model based on the second prototype. (1,526 built)
TBF-1 with provision for two 0.5 in (12.7 mm) wing guns and fuel capacity increased to 726 US gal (2,748 l), 765 built.
Paper designation for the Avenger I for the Royal Navy.
TBF-1 conversions with centimetric radar in radome on right wing leading edge.
TBF-1C conversions with centimetric radar in radome on right wing leading edge.
TBF-1 conversions with additional electronic equipment.
TBF-1 equipped for bad weather operations
TBF-1 equipped with retractable searchlight in bomb bay.
TBF-1 conversion for photo-reconnaissance
TBF-1C conversion for photo-reconnaissance
TBF-1 re-engined with a 1,900 hp (1,400 kW) XR-2600-10 engine.
TBF-1 re-engined with 1,900 hp (1,400 kW) R-2600-20 engines.
Planned production version of the XTBF-3, cancelled
as TBF-1. (550 built)
as TBF-1C. (2336 built)
TBM-1 conversions with centimetric radar in radome on right wing leading edge.
TBM-1 conversions with additional electronic equipment.
TBM-1 equipped for all weather operations
TBM-1 equipped with retractable searchlight in bomb bay.
TBM-1 conversion for photo-reconnaissance
TBM-1C conversion for photo-reconnaissance
One TBM-1 re-engined with a 1,900 hp (1,400 kW) XR-2600-10 engine.
Four TBM-1C aircraft with 1,900 hp (1,400 kW) R-2600-20 engines.
as TBM-1C, double cooling intakes, engine upgrade, minor changes. (4,011 built)
TBM-3 conversion with centimetric radar in radome on right wing leading edge.