By Owen Thetford
Книга British Naval airplane. considering the fact that 1912 British Naval plane. for the reason that 1912 Книги Исторические Автор: Owen Thetford Формат: pdf Размер: 50,2 Мб Язык: Русский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:История британской морской авиации с 1912 г. Модели самолетов, характеристики, вооружение, краткая история, фото.
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Peljormance: Maximum speed, I111J2 mph at 10,000 ft; 1041J2 mph at 13,000 ft. Climb, 1 min 25 sec to ] ,000 ft; 3] min 55 sec to 13,000 ft. Endurance, 4 1/2 hr. Service ceiling, 15,500 ft. Armament: One fixed, synchronised Vickers machine-gun forward and either single or double free-mounted Lewis aft. Bomb-load: 460 lb. --c~ r, / Ef--- I-i- , U' [7t . I ~. ~ , ~ ~ \". '-14--- -. u~ I , \1 II I -~ , I •. 81l Squadron at Ford in September 1945. 33 in August 1946. 8ll Squadron (TE720) is illustrated.
Range, 1,205 miles. Service ceiling, 36,000 ft. Span, 54 ft 2 in. Length, 40 ft 6 in. Nineteen to FAA. lfiiiiiiiiii2 ---'. , -- II>< .. ~- I . 9 , -""'::':QZ7 /~ - ........ 3 Over 40 of these two-seat dual-control trainers were handed over to the FAA by the RAF and the example illustrated (VT626) has the markings of the Royal Naval Air Station, Brawdy. 704, 728, 762, 780 and 811 Squadrons. Two Rolls-Royce Merlin 25 engines. 33) Sea Mosquito T. 33 (TW256) of No. 771 Squadron from Lee-on-Solen!.
East Fortune, Great Yarmouth, Port Victoria and Redeal'. Training schools at Chingford and Cranwell. Seaplane carrier Vindex. TECHNICAL DATA (SCOUT C) Description: Single-seat scout, land-based or carrier-borne. Wooden structure fabric covered. ' Manufacturers: British & Colonial Aeroplane Co Ltd, Filton and Brislington, Bristol. Power Plant: One 80 hp Gnome. Dimensions: Span, 24 ft 7 in. Length, 20 ft 8 in. Height, 8 ft 6 in. Wing area, 198 sq ft. Weights: Empty, 750 lb. Loaded, 1,190 lb. Performance: Maximum speed, 93 mph at sea level.