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The prototype of the V-11-G attack bomber (NR14980).
One of the Soviet-built examples of the V-11-GB in Aeroflot service as a PS-43 mailplane. This type was operated over the Moscow-Kiev-Tashkent route.
A V-11-GB attack bomber of the Brazilian Army Air Service.
One of the eight examples of this aircraft fitted with twin Edo floats and delivered to Brazil for operation as torpedo-bomber.
One of the YA-19s delivered to the US Army Air Corps for evaluation.
The fifth production V-1A (NC13768) delivered to American Airlines in the autumn of 1934.
One of the seven ex-American Airlines V-1As originally acquired by the Spanish Republican government and four of which survived the Civil War to enter Nationalists service as illustrated.
The last production V-1A (NC16099) with the Panamanian registration (HP-158) as it appeared in the film "Jungle Queen".
The last production V-1A (NC16099). This aircraft, now the sole remaining example of its type and fully restored, illustrated as flying at the present.
When originally obtained by the Spanish Republicans, the ex-American Airlines V-1As were adapted for the attack bombing role, the example illustrated by these photograph being one of those fitted with a dorsal gun position aft of the pilots' compartment. Additional machine guns were mounted in the wings and above the nose.
When originally obtained by the Spanish Republicans, the ex-American Airlines V-1As were adapted for the attack bombing role, the example illustrated by these photograph being one of those fitted with a dorsal gun position aft of the pilots' compartment. Additional machine guns were mounted in the wings and above the nose.
The general arrangement drawing illustrates the standard production V-1A, the upper sideview illustrating the original V-1 prototype.
The V-12 prototype in its original form apart from the framing of the pilot's windscreen (the first tests having been conducted with a single-piece windscreen).
The V-12 prototype in its final form with modifications to engine cowling and cockpit canopies.
V-12Ds being assembled for China at Hindustan Aircraft's Bangalore factory after transfer of the components and tools from the CAMCO factory at Loiwing.
This cutaway drawing reveals the structure and equipment of the V-12-C manufactured for the Chinese National Government. By comparision with the original V-12 prototype, the V-12-C featured a shorter-chord engine cowling enclosing the single-row radial of the latter, and revised windscreen and canopy framing.