Air International 1981-04
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Fighter A to Z
A G-36B Martlet II of the Royal Navy.
A Martlet IV (F4F-4B) which was essentially similar to the US Navy's F4F-4 apart from the engine.
The FM-1, illustrated in service with the Royal Navy as the Wildcat V, was essentially similar to the F4F-4.
The definitive production version of the Wildcat, the General Motors-built FM-2.
General arrangement drawing of F4F-4.
The XF5F-1 "Skyrocket" in the configuration in which it was originally flown.
The XF5F-1 in its definitive configuration, with extended nose, lengthened engine nacelles and arrester hook.
Seen during its sole flight, the XP-50 was a land-based derivative of the XF5F-1.
The XF5F-1 "Skyrocket" in the configuration in which it was originally flown.
Illustrated by the general arrangement drawing, the XP-50 was a land-based derivative of the XF5F-1.