Reconnaissance Flying Boat

Some articles on reconnaissance, reconnaissance flying boat, flying boat:

Richard Vogt (aircraft Designer) - Aircraft of His Design
... In Japan Kawasaki KDA-2 Army Type 88 biplane reconnaissance (1927, 710 were built) Kawasaki KDA-3 Single-seat fighter (1928, 3 were built) Kawasaki KDA-5 Army Type 92 biplane fighter (1 ...
List Of Air Ministry Specifications - List of Specifications (incomplete) - 1930-1939
... Moth S.9/30 Two-seat carrier-borne torpedo bomber/three-seat spotter-reconnaissance aircraft Fairey T.S.R.I, Gloster FS.36 see also S.15/33 16/30 Naval fighter - written for Nimrod Hawker Nimrod 18/30 Fairey IIIF ... trainer - Avro Type 621 Trainer with Lynx engine Avro Tutor R.19/31 Three-engined long-range reconnaissance flying boat - Rangoon three-aircraft production ... into Westland Wallace standard Westland Wallace 20/32 Three-engined long-range reconnaissance flying boat - improved Iris with Buzzard engines Blackburn Perth 25/32 Basic ...
List Of Seaplanes And Amphibious Aircraft - Russia, CIS, USSR
... Beriev A-40/Be-40 Albatross — jet powered amphibious flying boat (1986) Beriev Be-6 — maritime reconnaissance and bombing flying boat (1947) Beriev Be-8 — utility ...
List Of RLM Aircraft Designations - Listing - 0-100
... amphibian transport (prototype) 8-12 Dornier Do 12 Libelle III (Dragonfly III), amphibian flying boat, 1932 8-13 Dornier Do 13 medium bomber, (Development of Do 11 ...
List Of Seaplanes And Amphibious Aircraft - Italy
... transport flying boat (1921) CANT 6 — maritime patrol flying boat (1925) CANT 7 — trainer flying boat (1924) CANT 10 — airliner flying boat (1925) CANT 18. 1929) Macchi M.71 — fighter flying boat (1930) Macchi MC.72 — racing seaplane (1931) Maachi MC.73 Idro — training biplane - floatplane version (1931) Macchi MC.77 — two-seat maritime reconnaissance flying boat (1 ...

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