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Air Pictorial 1958-02
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Air Pictorial's photo-review
700-m.p.h. TANKER. World's fastest jet tanker is the U.S. Navy's Douglas A4D-1 Skyhawk single-seat attack bomber. Amidships can be seen the Douglas (El Segundo)-developed in-flight refuelling store. This version of the A4D can also be used as a strike bomber with underwing load of up to 6,000 lb. Note 20-mm. cannon in wing roots and the just visible vortex generators on the leading-edge flaps. Span 27 ft. 6 in.
BROKEN-NOSE COMMANDO. A comparative rarity is the Curtiss C-46E-1-CS, the Curtiss-Wright St. Louis-built Commando with stepped-nose like the C-46D. Only seventeen were constructed: this Mexican-registered C-46E (XA-MEM) was the second built and is ex-N9665; AF:43-47404A.
One of the Cuban Air Force seven-seat utility de Havilland Beavers recently ferried from Canada. FEAC-18 (c/n. 1099) is described as a DHC-2 Mk. I. Two companion Beavers were FEAC-16 (c/n. 1085) and FEAC-19 (c/n. I 102). FEAC-17 is not yet listed.
A question mark on the (all-red) fin and nosewheel door of this Hunter F. Mk. 6 (XF454) identifies It as the mount of the O.C No. 247 Squadron, R.A.F. Odiharn, S Ldr. R. A. Carson, M.C., A.F.C., R.A.F. This novel marking has historical associations. S Ldr. Carson first saw it when he joined No. 222 Fighter Squadron in 1943.
The ferrying of the first of the Indian Air Force's one-hundred-and-fifty-order of Hawker Hunter F. Mk. 56s is now under way. Seen en route with long-range wing tanks are I.A.F Hunters, BA213 and BA215.
Another naval trainer, this time of the R.C.N.V.R., is the Canadian Car & Foundry Company-built North American Harvard T. Mk. 4, photographed at Pat Bay, Vancouver Island, B.C.
The Venezuelan airline RANSA has recently purchased an eight-seat Beech C-45F (ex-U.S A.F., brought up to Beech Model D18S standard). Note that YV-C-ARC has three-blade Hartzel propellers in place of the usual two-bladers.
A late-production Boulton Paul Sea Balliol T. Mk. 21 (WL729) advanced trainer of the Fleet Air Arm is rarely illustrated. Note arrester hook under the tail, Only thirty Sea Balliols were supplied to the Royal Navy.
A French Air Force Morane-Saulnier M.S.733 Alcyon two, three-seat basic (gunnery) trainer, powered by a 240-h.p. Potex 6D.30 six-cylinder inline. This Alcyon (M.S.733 No. 60) is being used against the rebels in Morocco - note rocket rails and bomb carriers.
Now joining the many Lockheed two-motor "war veterans" for civil conversion are examples of the Lockheed-Vega Model 15 ordered for the U.S. Navy as the PV-2 Harpoon. The three examples illustrated were photographed at Houston International Airport, Texas. All are finished in "midnite blue", but differ in detail and markings. (Photo) Another ex-U.S.N. PV-2 (carefully painted N7453C; BuAer. 37512). Other Harpoons are N6855C, N7079C and N7408C.
Now joining the many Lockheed two-motor "war veterans" for civil conversion are examples of the Lockheed-Vega Model 15 ordered for the U.S. Navy as the PV-2 Harpoon. The three examples illustrated were photographed at Houston International Airport, Texas. All are finished in "midnite blue", but differ in detail and markings. (Photo) An ex-U.S.N. PV-2T crew trainer (N7455C; BuAer. 37631), with a normal nose;
Now joining the many Lockheed two-motor "war veterans" for civil conversion are examples of the Lockheed-Vega Model 15 ordered for the U.S. Navy as the PV-2 Harpoon. The three examples illustrated were photographed at Houston International Airport, Texas. All are finished in "midnite blue", but differ in detail and markings. (Photo) An extended-nose PV-2 (N7459C; BuAer. 37230), formerly used by the U.S Marines for radar crew training.
Dubbed the Super Goose, N333F is the prototype of the Dean Franklin of Miami conversion of the Grumman G-21A Goose amphibian. Note the squared-off wingtips and oversize spinners. Colour scheme: gold with black trim. On the bows is the legend "The Golden Super Goose".
Designed in the late 1920s, this tandem-seat French light sportsplane is a Caudron C.27 Luciole. Unusual features for this type are the enclosed cabin and increased-area fin and rudder.
THIS TRIM TRAVEL AIR Model 16 Sport-Modified dates in design back to the early 1930s. The modern touches are provided by the new engine - a 145-h.p. Continental C-145 flat-four - the spats and the external trim. The original Model 16s, the Light Sport and the Sport Trainer had radial engines, respectively the 125-h.p. Kinner (Model 16-K) and the 175-h.p. Wright Whirlwind (Model 16-E). Note ailerons on upper mainplane only.
An Italian-built Piaggio P.149D two-seat basic trainer en route to West Germany. Seventy-five are being delivered to the Luftwaffe. Note three-blade propeller driven by the 280-h.p. Lycoming GO-480 flat-six.
A new two-seat development of the single-seat Partenavia P-53 (22-h.p. Ambrosini P-25 flat-two) is called the M.D.B. Aeroscooter (l-FJOR) after its promoter, the famous Schneider Trophy race pilot, Mario De Bernardi. Designer is lng. Luigi Pascale, and the engine is a Czech 75-h.p. Praga D flat-four.
Another U.S. "home-built" is the single-seat Salvay Stark Skyhopper 10 (N41770) which is powered by a 65-h.p. Continental flat-four.
A U.S. "home-built" called the Alliance X, a pusher with a difference! The only details available are that the owner-pilot managed to get it "slightly airborne once" and decided that was enough, It now rests at Chicagoland Airport, Libertyville, Illinois.