Jane's All the World Aircraft 1947
All the world's aeroplanes
The LA-5 Single-seat Fighter (1,540 h.p. M-82F two-row radial engine).
The LA-5 Single-seat Fighter (1,540 h.p. M-82F two-row radial engine).
The PE-3 Fighter-Bomber-Reconnaissance Monoplane (two M-105R engines).
The YAK-1 Single-seat Fighter (1,100 M-105 engine).
The YAK-9 Single-seat Fighter (1,200 h.p. M-107 engine);
The Douglas A-26B Invader Attack Bomber (two 2,000 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R.2800-71 engines).
The Douglas XA-26F Invader which was fitted with an auxiliary General Electric I-16 gas-turbine in place of the rear defensive armament amidships.
A Boeing B-17E Fortress modified experimentally in Great Britain to take a Bristol B-16 nose turret mounting a 40 m/m. cannon.
The Boeing B-17H Flying Fortress, a conversion from the B-17G for Air/Sea Rescue duties.
The Boeing XB-38, an experimental version of the Fortress fitted with Allison V-1710-89 engines.
The Boeing XC-108, a specially-converted B-17E for the personal use of General McArthur.
The Bell XS-1 standing alongside the Bell-built B-29 which takes it aloft.
The Boeing B-29 Superfortress Heavy Bomber (four Wright R-3350-23 engines).
The Boeing B-29 Superfortress Heavy Bomber (four Wright R-3350-23 engines)
The Boeing B-29B Superfortress Heavy Bomber (four Wright R-3350-51 engines).
A Douglas DC-3 Commercial Airliner (two Pratt & Whitney Twin-Wasp engines).
The Douglas C-117A (DC-3D) Military or Commercial Transport (two 1,200 h.p. Pratt & Whitney Twin-Wasp engines).
A Standardised version of the Douglas Skytrain which carries both U.S. Army C-47B and U.S. Navy R4D-6 designations.
The Douglas C-54D Skymaster Military Transport (four Pratt & Whitney R-2000-11 Twin-Wasp engines).
The Douglas DC-4 Four-engined Airliner (four 1,450 h.p. Pratt & Whitney Twin-Wasp engines).
The D.H. Mosquito B. XVI Bomber with enlarged bomb-bay to carry the 4,000 lb. bomb.
The D.H. Sea Vampire Single-seat Fighter (D.H. Goblin turbo-jet unit).
A prototype Vampire operating from HMS Ocean (3 December 1945).
D.H. Vampire Single-seat Jet-propelled Fighters ready for delivery to the Swedish Air Force.
The D.H.100 Vampire.
The Prototype XP-80 Shooting Star which was built round the de Havilland H-1 turbo-jet engine. It is to be lodged in the Smithsonian National Air Museum.
The Lockheed P-80A Shooting Star Single-seat Fighter (General Electric I-40 turbo-jet engine).
The Lockheed P-80A Shooting Star.
The Republic XP-84 Thunderjet Single-seat Fighter (General Electric TG-180 axial-flow turbo-jet engine).
The Chance Vought F4U-4 Corsair Single-seat Naval Fighter (Pratt & Whitney R-2800-18W engine).
The Experimental Chance Vought XF4U-3 Corsair with a Pratt & Whitney R-2800-16 engine and turbo-supercharger.
A Goodyear-built FG-1D Corsair Night Fighter (Pratt & Whitney R-2800-BW engine).
The Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat Single-seat Fighter (2,000 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-2800-10W engine).
A Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat Single-seat Fighter (Pratt & Whitney R-2000-34W engine) with wings folded.
A Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat Single-seat Fighter on the deck of the U.S. Escort Carrier “Charger”.
A Hawker Hurricane Two-seat Advanced Trainer (Rolls-Royce Merlin engine) supplied to the Persian Government.
The Beechcraft 35 Bonanza Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (165 h.p. Continental E165 engine).
The Beechcraft Model 35 Bonanza.
A Commonwealth-built North American Mustang Single-seat Fighter (Packard-built Rolls-Royce Merlin V-1650 engine).
The North American XP-51F Mustang Experimental Short-range Intercepter Fighter (Packard V-1650-7 engine).
The North American P-51H Mustang Single-seat Fighter (Packard V-1650-11 engine).
The Bell RP-63G Kingcobra Piloted Target Aircraft (Allison V-1710-135 engine).
The North American AT-6F Texan Two-seat Advanced Trainer (Pratt & Whitney R-1340-AN1 engine).
The Hawker Tempest II Single-seat Fighter (Bristol Centaurus V engine).
The Hawker Tempest V Single-seat Fighter (Napier-Sabre IIB engine).
A Hawker Tempest VI (Napier Sabre VI engine) fitted with an experimental annular ring radiator installation developed by the Napier company.
A further development of the Napier experimental annular radiator on the Tempest VI, here fitted with a ducted cooling spinner.
The Hawker Tempest VI Single-seat Fighter (Napier-Sabre V engine).
The Lockheed XP-58 Experimental Two-seat Escort Fighter (two Allison V-3420-11/13 engines).
Построили только один летный экземпляр XP-58 Chain Lightning. Характеристики и управляемость отставали от предшественников, но зато самолет должен был получить мощное вооружение.
The North American XFJ-1 Single-seat Naval Fighter (General Electric TG-180 turbo-jet engine).
The North American XFJ-1 Single-seat Naval Fighter (General Electric TG-180 turbo-jet engine).
The Lockheed P2V-1 Neptune Naval Patrol Bomber (two 2,300 h.p, Wright R-3350-8 engines)
The Special Lockheed P2V Neptune ‘‘Truculent Turtle” which holds the World’s Distance Record with a non-stop flight of 11,250 miles.
The Supermarine Seafire 45 Single-seat Fleet Fighter (Rolls-Royce Griffon 61 engine).
The Supermarine Seafire 45 Fleet Fighter.
The first prototype Hawker Fury Single-seat Fighter (Bristol Centaurus XII engine).
The second prototype of the Hawker Fury with a Rolls-Royce Griffon 81 engine and contra-rotating airscrews.
The Hawker Sea Fury X Fleet Fighter (Bristol Centaurus XVIII engine and Rotol five-blade airscrew).
The Hawker Fury I Fighter.
The Gloster Meteor IV (two Rolls-Royce Derwent V turbo-jets) which established a World's Speed Record of 616 m.p.h. (991 km.h.) in September, 1946.
The Gloster Meteor III Single-seat Fighter (two Rolls-Royce Derwent I engines).
The Meteor III was the first version of the Gloster jet fighter to be built in substantial numbers.
The Gloster Meteor IV Single-seat Fighter (two Rolls-Royce Derwent V engines).
The Supermarine E.10/44 Single-seat Fighter (Rolls-Royce Nene I turbo-jet engine).
The Supermarine E.10/44 Single-seat Jet-propelled Fighter (Rolls-Royce Nene engine).
The Fairey Firefly Two-seat Advanced Trainer (Rolls-Royce Griffon XII engine).
The Fairey Firefly I.
The McDonnell FD-1 Phantom Single-seat Fighter (two Westinghouse 19B turbo-jet units).
The McDonnell FD-1 Phantom Single-seat Fighter (two Westinghouse 19B turbo-jet units).
The McDonnell FD-1 Phantom.
The Northrop N-1M Experimental tail-less Monoplane which first flew in 1940.
The Northrop N-9M Flight Research Flying-Wing. It was slightly more than one-third the size of the XB-35.
The Northrop MX-324 Experimental Tail-less Glider. It was later fitted with an Aerojet rocket unit and was flown thus, reaching a speed of about 350 m.p.h. (560 km.h.).
The Northrop XP-79B Experimental Tail-less Jet-propelled Fighter in which the pilot lies prone.
The Northrop XB-35 Flying-Wing Bomber (four Pratt & Whitney R-4360 Wasp-Major engines).
The Boeing Stratofreighter, the cargo version of the Stratocruiser.
The Boeing XC-97 Military Transport (four Wright R-3350-23 engines).
The Boeing Model 377 Stratocruiser as it will appear in the colours of United Airlines.
The Douglas XC-112A Military Transport Monoplane, which is also the prototype of the Commercial DC-6 (four Pratt & Whitney R-2800CA-15 Double Wasp engines).
The Lockheed P-38M Lightning Two-seat Night Fighter Monoplane (two 1,425 h.p. Allison V-1710-111/113 engines).
The Lockheed “Lightning Swordfish” used for research purposes.
The Prototype Douglas XBT2D-1 Single-seat Naval Attack Monoplane (2,400 h.p. Wright R-3350-24 engine).
The Beechcraft D18S Twin-engined Light Transport Monoplane (two 450 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-985 Wasp Junior engines).
A Miles Falcon-Six Monoplane fitted experimentally with the wing of the projected M-52 jet-propelled supersonic Monoplane.
The Lockheed Constellation in military guise. Most C-69 military transports have now been converted for commercial use.
The Lockheed XC-69E Constellation, an experimental model fitted with four Pratt & Whitney R-2800 engines.
The Lockheed Model 49 Constellation Airliner (four Wright GR-3350-BD1 Cyclone engines).
A Lockheed C-69 Constellation fitted with a “Speedpak” freight container.
The Lockheed Constellation Airliner.
The Grumman F7F-1N Single-seat Night Fighter (two Pratt & Whitney R-2800-22 engines).
The Grumman F7F-3N Tigercat Two-seat Night Fighter (two Pratt & Whitney R-2800-22W engines) with radar in a bulbous nose.
The Grumman F7F-3N Tigercat
The Consolidated Vultee XB-36 Heavy Bomber (six 3,000 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-4360-25 Wasp-Major engine).
The Consolidated Vultee XB-36 Heavy Bomber (six 3,000 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-4360-25 Wasp Major engines).
The Northrop P-61B Black Widow Night Fighter (two 2,000 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-2800-65 engines).
The IL-2 Two-seat Ground Assault Monoplane (1,300 h.p. M-38 engine).
The North American Navion Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (185 h.p. Continental E185 engine).
The North American Navion Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (185 h.p. Continental E185 engine).
The Bristol 170 Wayfarer (two Bristol Hercules 131 engines).
The Bristol 170 Wayfarer (two 1,690 h.p. Bristol Hercules 131 engines)
The Bristol 170 Freighter.
An Airspeed Oxford which is being used as a flying test-bed for two 500 h.p. Alvis Leonides engines.
The Martin PBM-3S Mariner used for Air/Sea Rescue duties with the U.S. Coast Guard.
The Martin XPBM-5A Mariner Flying-Boat Amphibian (two Pratt & Whitney R-2800-22 Double-Wasp engines).
The Commonwealth Boomerang Single-seat Fighter (1,200 h.p. Australian-built Pratt & Whitney R-1830-S3C4-G Twin-Wasp engine).
A Gloster Meteor fitted experimentally with Rolls-Royce Trent gas-turbines driving five-blade airscrews.
The Supermarine Spitfire Two-seat Advanced Trainer (1,325 h.p. Rolls-Royce Merlin 66 engine).
The de Havilland E.G.2 Military Glider designed to R.A.A.F Specification 5/42.
The Cornelius XFG-1 Fuel-carrying Glider.
The Chance Vought V-173, a low-powered full-scale test model of the XF5U-1 Experimental Fighter, which flew in 1942.
The Bell Model 47 Two-seat Helicopter (175 h.p. Franklin engine).
A Bell Model 47 Helicopter with the transparent cabin enclosure which will be used on the YR-13 Military version.
The Bell Model 47 Helicopter.
The Commonwealth C.A.15 Single-seat Fighter (2,035 h.p. Rolls-Royce Griffon 61 engines).
The Bellanca 31-55A Skyrocket single-engined Monoplane (500 h.p. Pratt & Whitney Wasp engine) built under licence by Northwest Industries, Ltd.
The Columbia XJL-1 General Utility Amphibian (Pratt & Whitney R-1820-56 engine).
A model of the projected Short Sealand Amphibian.
A drawing of the Consolidated Vultee Model 240 40-passenger Airliner.
The Canadair DC-4M.1 Airliner (four Rolls-Royce Merlin 620 engines).
A Miles Falcon-Six Monoplane fitted experimentally with the wing of the projected M-52 jet-propelled supersonic Monoplane.
The Saunders-Roe S.R.A1 Jet-propelled Flying-boat.
The Airspeed A.S.65 Consul Light Transport Monoplane (Two 395 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley Cheetah X engines).
The Airspeed A.S.65 Consul.
The Short Sturgeon I seen from underneath.
The Short Sturgeon I Naval Reconnaissance-Bomber with wings folded.
The Short Sturgeon I Three-seat Naval Reconnaissance-Bomber (two Rolls-Royce Merlin 140 engines).
The Boulton Paul P.92-2, a half-scale flying model of the F 11/37 Fighter Monoplane which was built by Heston Aircraft, Ltd.
The North American P-82-B Twin Mustang Night Fighter (two Packard V-1650 engines).
The Bristol Brigand I Long-range Attack Monoplane.
The Mraz Sokol M.1A Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (105 h.p. Walter Minor 4-III engine).
The Mraz M.1A Sokol Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (105 h.p. Walter Minor 4-III engine).
The Mraz M.1A Sokol.
The Avro Lincoln II Heavy Bomber (four Rolls-Royce Merlin 68 engines).
The Avro Lincoln II Heavy Bomber (four Rolls-Royce Merlin 68 engines).
Вертолет с перекрещивающимися несущими винтами Kellet XR-8 успешно прошел испытания в американской Армии.
The Kellet XR-8 Two-seat Military Helicopter with intermeshing rotors (245 h.p. Franklin O-405-9 engine).
A Model of the Fairey FB-1 Gyrodyne Four-seat Helicopter.
The Douglas XB-42 Medium Attack-Bomber (two 1,725 h.p. Allison V-1710-125 engines mounted in the fuselage).
The Douglas XB-42 Medium Attack-Bomber (two Allison V-1710-125 engines).
The D.H.108 Experimental Jet-propelled Tail-less Monoplane
The D.H.108 Experimental Tail-less Monoplane (D.H. Goblin turbo-jet engine)
The Armstrong Whitworth A.W.52 Tail-less Monoplane (two Rolls-Royce Nene engines).
The Armstrong-Whitworth A.W.52G Experimental Flying-Wing Glider
The Armstrong Whitworth A.W.52G Experimental Flying-Wing Glider.
The Bell XS-1 Single-seat Research Monoplane under test as a glider.
The Bell XS-1 standing alongside the Bell-built B-29 which takes it aloft.
The Supermarine Seafire 46 Single-seat Fleet Fighter (Rolls-Royce Griffon 87 engine).
The Supermarine Seafire 47 Single-seat Fleet Fighter (Rolls-Royce Griffon 87 engine).
The Supermarine Spitfire 21 Single-seat Fighter (Rolls-Royce Griffon 61 engine).
The Supermarine Seafang 31 Single-seat Fleet Fighter, the naval version of the Spiteful XIV.
The Supermarine Spiteful XIV Single-seat Fighter (2,375 h.p. Rolls-Royce Griffon 69 engine).
The Supermarine Seafang 31 Fleet Fighter.
The Supermarine Seafang 32 Fleet Fighter.
The Fiat G.55 Single-seat Fighter Trainer (1,250 h.p. Fiat-built Daimler-Benz DB-605 engine).
The Fiat G.56 Single-seat Fighter (1,510 h.p. Fiat-built Daimler-Benz DB-603A engine).
The Commonwealth Wirraway Two-seat General Purposes Military Monoplane (600 h.p. Australian-built Pratt & Whitney R-1340-S1SH1S-G Wasp engine).
The Sikorsky R-4B Two-seat Training Helicopter (185 h.p. Warner R-550-1 engine).
The Short Sunderland V General Reconnaissance Flying-boat (four 1,200 h.p. Pratt & Whitney Twin-Wasp engines).
The Supermarine Sea Otter General Purposes Amphibian Flying-boat with wings folded.
The C.C.F. Norseman Mk. V Transport Monoplane (550 h.p. Pratt & Whitney Wasp engine).
The Curtiss SC-1 Seagull Single-seat Shipborne Scout (Wright R-1820-62 engine).
The Curtiss SC-2 Seahawk Two-seat Shipborne Scout (Wright R-1820-68 engine).
The Grumman JRF-5 Goose General Utility Amphibian (two Pratt & Whitney R-985-AN-6 Wasp-Junior engines).
The Grumman G-44A Twin-engined Light Utility Amphibian (two 200 h.p. Ranger 6-4400-5 engines).
The Grumman G-44A Widgeon Amphibian.
The Vickers-Armstrongs Warwick V General Reconnaissance Monoplane (two 2,500 h.p. Bristol Centaurus VII engines).
The Consolidated Vultee PB4Y-2M Privateer equipped for Meteorological Research duties.
The Consolidated Vultee RY-3 Liberator Naval Transport (four Pratt & Whitney R-1830-94 engines).
The Avro XIX Light Transport (two 420 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley Cheetah XV engines).
The Avro XIX Military Communications Monoplane (two 420 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley Cheetah XV engines).
The Avro XIX Light Twin-engined Transport.
The de Havilland Factory and Aerodrome at Rongotai, New Zealand. The aircraft are D.H. Dominies, with a Fox Moth, a Puss Moth, a Moth Minor, and a Tiger Moth in the foreground.
A D.H. Dragon Rapide (two D.H. Gipsy Queen engines) delivered to "Zone Redningskorp," the Danish First Aod Organization.
The Handley Page Halifax A.Mk.IX Airborne Forces Transport (four Bristol Hercules XVI engines).
A Vickers-Armstrongs Warwick III fitted experimentally with 2,310 h.p. Napier Sabre VI engines and annular radiators.
The Aerocentre N.C.702 Martinet Light Transport (two 590 h.p. Renault 12 S 00 engines).
The Fiat G.212 Airliner.
The Lockheed F-5G Lightning Single-seat Photographic-Reconnaissance Monoplane (two Allison V-1710-111/113 engines).
The de Havilland Factory and Aerodrome at Rongotai, New Zealand. The aircraft are D.H. Dominies, with a Fox Moth, a Puss Moth, a Moth Minor, and a Tiger Moth in the foreground.
The de Havilland Factory and Aerodrome at Rongotai, New Zealand. The aircraft are D.H. Dominies, with a Fox Moth, a Puss Moth, a Moth Minor, and a Tiger Moth in the foreground.
The Praga E.117 Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (60-79 Praga D engine).
The S.E.161 Languedoc Airliner.
The Mauboussin M.123 Two-seat Light Monoplane (60 h.p. Salmson engine).
The Mauboussin M.129 Two-seat Light Monoplane (70 h.p. Mime 4DO engine).
The Faucett F-19 Commercial Seaplane (600 h.p. Pratt & Whitney “Wasp” engine).
The Beechcraft G17S Five-seat Cabin Biplane (450 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-985 Wasp Junior engine).
The Bellanca Model 14-13 Cruisair Senior Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (150 h.p. Franklin engine).
The Bellanca Model 14-13 Cruisair Senior.
The Fairchild F-24R46 Cabin Monoplane.
The Luscombe Model 8E Silvaire Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (85 h.p. Continental C85 engine).
The Luscombe Model 8A Silvaire Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (65 h.p. Continental A65 engine).
The Commonwealth 185 Skyranger.
The de Havilland Factory and Aerodrome at Rongotai, New Zealand. The aircraft are D.H. Dominies, with a Fox Moth, a Puss Moth, a Moth Minor, and a Tiger Moth in the foreground.
The C.N.N.A. HL-1 Series B Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (65 h.p. Continental A65-8 engine).
The C.A.P. 1 Planalto Two-seat Advanced Training Monoplane (90 h.p. Franklin engine).
The C.A.P. 4 Paulistinha Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (65 h.p. Franklin engine).
The C.A.P. 4C Paulistinha Radio Light Observation and Liaison Monoplane (65 h.p. Franklin engine).
The Avro Tudor I Long-range Airliner (four 1,770 h.p. Rolls-Royce Merlin 600 engines).
The Avro Tudor I Airliner.
The Avro Lancastrian III Long-range Transport (four 1,620 h.p. Rolls-Royce Merlin 24 engines).
The Avro Nene-Lancastrian powered by two Rolls-Royce Nene turbo-jet units and two Merlin reciprocating engines.
The Avro Lancastrian III Transport.
The Blackburn Firebrand V Single-seat Torpedo-Fighter (2,500 h.p. Bristol Centaurus IX engine).
A Blackburn Firebrand IV (2,500 h.p. Bristol Centaurus IX engine).landing on the deck of an aircraft-carrier.
The Blackburn Firebrand IV Torpedo-Fighter.
The D.H. Dove Light Transport (two D.H. Gipsy Queen 70 engines).
The D.H. Dove Light Transport (two D.H. Gipsy Queen 70 engines).
The D.H. Dove Light Twin-engined Transport.
The prototype Sea Hornet XX landing on H.M.S. Ocean during its deck-landing trials.
The D.H. Hornet Twin-engined Fighter.
The Fairey Spearfish Two-seat Torpedo-Dive-Bomber-Reconnaissance Monoplane (Bristol Centaurus 57 engine).
Built to specification O.5/43 as a Barracuda replacement, the Spearfish two-seat torpedo-dive-bomber-reconnaissance aircraft flew for the first time on 5th July 1945. It was designed to operate from the new and very heavy carriers intended for Far-East operations. The war ended before these were completed and the Spearfish did not enter production. Four were built and flown: RA356, RA360, RA363, and RN241. Another, R N244, was built but not flown. Span 60 ft. 3 in.; length 44 ft. 7 in.; height 16 ft. 4 in.; maximum weight 22,082 lb.; maximum speed 292 m.p.h.; cruising 196 m.p.h.; endurance 5.3 hrs.; range 1.036 miles; engine, one Bristol Centaurus of 2,320 h.p.
The Fairey Spearfish.
The Handley Page Hermes I.
The Handley Page Hermes IV.
The Martin-Baker M.B.5 Single-seat Fighter (2,305 h.p. Rolls-Royce Griffon 83 engine).
A four-seat car being driven into the fuselage of the Miles Aerovan Light Transport Monoplane.
The Miles M-38 Messenger Light Communications Monoplane (140 h.p. D.H. Gipsy-Major engine).
The Miles M-38 Messenger.
The Miles Monitor High-speed Target-tug (two Wright R-2600-31 engines).
The Miles M-28-4 Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (Blackburn Cirrus-Major III engine).
The Miles Queen Martinet Radio-Controlled Pilotless Target Monoplane (Bristol Mercury engine).
The Miles M-37 Martinet Trainer (Bristol Mercury engine).
The Percival Proctor V Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (208 h.p. D.H. Gipsy Queen II engine).
The Percival Proctor V.
The Short Shetland I Flying-boat (four 2,500 h.p. Bristol Centaurus engines).
The Short Shetland II Flying-boat.
The Short Seaford General Reconnaissance Flying-boat (four Bristol Hercules 100 engines).
The Short Solent Commercial Flying-boat (four Bristol Hercules 637 engines).
A Vickers-Armstrongs Viking C.Mk.I (two Bristol Hercules engines) of The King’s Flight, R.A.F.
A Vickers-Armstrongs Viking I Airliner (two Bristol Hercules engines) as supplied to the Argentine Government.
A Vickers-Armstrongs Viking IB Airliner of Central African Airways.
The Vickers Viking I Airliner.
The Westland Welkin II Two-seat High Altitude Fighter (Rolls-Royce Merlin 76/77 engines).
An Experimental Version of the Westland Welkin I fitted with Rolls-Royce Merlin RM16SM engines and beard-type radiators.
The J 22 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (Swedish-built Pratt & Whitney Twin-Wasp engine).
The J 22 Single-seat Fighter.
The BHT-1 Beauty Single-seat Monoplane.
The Saab-21A Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (Swedish-built DB 605B engine).
The Saab-17B Three-seat Reconnaissance Seaplane (Swedish-built Pegasus engine).
The Saab-18A Three-seat Light Bomber (two Swedish-built Pratt & Whitney engines).
The Federal C.3603 Two-seat Fighter (1,000 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Y engine).
The C.3604 Two-seat Fighter built by the Federal Factory (1,250 h.p. Saurer YS2 engine).
The Call-Air Model A2 Two-seat Light Monoplane (125 h.p, Lycoming engine).
The Aeronca Chum Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (85 h.p. Continental engine).
The Ercoupe Model 415-C Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (75 h.p. Continental C75 engine).
An Ercoupe Model 415 which was supplied to the U.S. Army as the XPQ-13 experimental radio-controlled Target.
The Fairchild C-82A Packet Military Transport (two 2,100 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-2800-85 engines).
The Fairchild C-82A Packet Military Transport (two 2,100 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-2800-85 engines).
The Fairchild XBQ-3, an Experimental Remotely-controlled Bomb-carrier (two 550 h.p. Ranger V-770-6 engines).
The Higgins Experimental Two-seat Helicopter (180 h.p. Warner engine with pressure cooling).
The Laister-Kauffmann LK-10B (TG-4A) Two-seat Training Glider.
A line-up of three Laister-Kauffmann Baby Albatross Single-seat Gliders.
The Landgraf Model H-2 Twin-rotor Helicopter (85 h.p. Pobjoy Type R engine).
The Martin JRM-1 Mars Transport Flying-boat (four Wright R-3350-8 Duplex-Cyclone engines).
The Republic RC-3 Seabee Light Four-seat Amphibian Flying-boat (215 h.p. Franklin engine).
A Schweizer SGU 2-22 Two-seat Utility Sailplane (left) and an SGU 1-19 Single-seat Training and Soaring Glider.
The Sikorsky S-51 Four-seat Commercial Helicopter (450 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-985 Wasp-Junior engine).
The Sikorsky R-5A Two-seat Observation Helicopter (450 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-985-AN1 engine).
The Sikorsky R-6A Two-seat Observation Helicopter (245 h.p. Franklin O-405-9 engine).
The Stinson Voyager 150 Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (150 h.p. Franklin 6A4-150-B3 engine).
The Stinson Voyager 150 Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (Franklin 6A4-150-B3 engine).
The prototype Douglas XC-74 Military Transport (four 3,000 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-4360-27 Wasp-Major engines).
Tne S.E. 3000 Experimental Helicopter (1,000 h.p. B.M.W. Fafnir engine).
The Sikorsky S-52 Two-seat Helicopter (178 h.p. Franklin engine).
The Boeing XB-39 version of the Superfortress with four 3,000 h.p. Allison V-3420-A16 engines.
The General Motors XB-39 "Spirit of Lincoln" (Serial 136954) was a standard B-29 Superfortress modified to take four Allison V-4320-11 engines. This motor, a four-bank, twenty-four cylinder, liquid-cooled type developing 2,600 h.p. for take-off, had been under development since 1937, and was virtually two V-1710s geared together.
The Boeing XB-44 Superfortress (four 3,000 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-4360-33 Wasp-Major engines).
The S.I.P.A. S.10 Two-seat Advanced Trainer (500 h.p. Renault 12 S 00 engine).
The Morane-Saulnier M.S.470 (720 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12X engine), the prototype of the M.S.472 Fighter Trainer.
The Morane-Saulnier M.S.472 Two-seat Fighter-Trainer (680 h.p. Gnome-Rhone 14M-9 engine).
The Morane-Saulnier M.S.472 Two-seat Fighter-Trainer (680 h.p. Gnome-Rhone 14M-9 engine).
The Morane-Saulnier M.S. 472 Fighter-Trainer.
The Aeronca Champion Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (65 h.p. Lycoming engine).
The Aeronca Chief Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (65 h.p. Lycoming engine).
The Handley Page H.P.68 Hastings Military Transport (four Bristol Hercules 101 engines).
The Handley Page Hastings Transport (four Bristol Hercules 101 engines).
The Handley Page H.P.68 Hastings Transport (four Bristol Hercules 101 engines).
A Drawing of the Airspeed A.S.57 Ambassador Airliner.
The Airspeed A.S.57 Ambassador.
The Hughes XF-11 Long-range Photographic-Reconnaissance Monoplane (two Pratt & Whitney R-4360-13 engines).
The All American Ensign Two-seat Light Monoplane (85 h.p. Continental engine).
The Armstrong Whitworth A.W.55 Achilles.
The Prototype Arsenal VG 70 Single-seat Jet-propelled Research Monoplane (Junkers Jumo 004B-2 jet unit).
The Auster J/2 Arrow Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (75 h.p. Continental engine).
The Auster J/1 Autocrat Three-seat Cabin Monoplane (100 h.p. Blackburn Cirrus-Minor II engine).
The Auster V Series J/1 Autocrat.
The Beechcraft XA-38 Twin-engined Attack Monoplane (two 2,300 h.p. Wright R-3350 engines).
The Bell Model 42 Five-seat Commercial Helicopter (450 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-985 Wasp Junior engine)
Предлагавшийся военным XP-83 имел больший, по сравнению с другими самолетами, внутренний запас топлива.
The Bell XP-83 Experimental Jet-propelled Single-seat Fighter (two General Electric I-40 turbo-jet units).
The Ryan FR-1 Fireball Single-seat Fighter flying on its jet engine only.
The Ryan FR-1 Fireball Single-seat Fighter (1,350 h.p. Wright R-1820-72W Cyclone engine and General Electric I-16 gas-turbine).
The Ryan FR-1 Fireball.
7 февраля 1945г.: истребитель Consolidated Vultee XP-81 с турбореактивной/турбовинтовой силовой установкой предназначался для сопровождения B-29 в рейдах на Японию.
Силовая установка Convair XP-81 включала ТВД XT31, обеспечивающий большую дальность полета, и ТРД J33, позволяющий летать с большими скоростями. Необычная силовая установка работала хорошо, однако в целом характеристики истребителя были неудовлетворительными.
The Consolidated Vultee XP-81 Single-seat Escort Fighter (General Electric TG-100 airscrew-turbine and I-40 turbo-jet unit).
The Consolidated Vultee XP-81 Single-seat Escort Fighter.
The Boeing XF8B-1 Single-seat Fleet Fighter (3,000 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-4360 Wasp-Major engine).
The Boeing XF8B-1 Single-seat Fleet Fighter (3,000 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-4360 Wasp-Major engine).
The Miles Gemini Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (two 100 h.p. Blackburn Cirrus-Minor II engines).
The Breguet 730 Reconnaissance Flying-boat, the prototype of the 731 Commercial Flying-boat.
The Cessna 140 Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (85 h.p. Continental engine).
The Cessna 140 Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (85 h.p. Continental engine).
The Consolidated Vultee L-13 Two-seat Liaison Monoplane with wings and tail folded.
The Consolidated Vultee L-13 Two-seat Liaison Monoplane (245 h.p. Franklin O-425-5 engine).
A line-up of Culver PQ-8 (TDC-1) Radio-Controlled Target Drones (90 h.p. Franklin O-200-1 engine).
The Culver PQ-8A (TDC-2) Radio-Controlled Target Drone (125 h.p. Lycoming O-290 engine).
The Culver TD2C-1 (PQ-14) Radio-Controlled Target Drone (150 h.p. Franklin O-300-11 engine).
The D.H. 83C Fox Moth Four-seat Cabin Biplane (140 h.p. D.H. Gipsy Major IC engine).
The de Havilland Factory and Aerodrome at Rongotai, New Zealand. The aircraft are D.H. Dominies, with a Fox Moth, a Puss Moth, a Moth Minor, and a Tiger Moth in the foreground.
The Chance Vought XF5U-1 Experimental Fighter (two 1,350 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-2000 Twin-Wasp engines).
The D.H.C.1 Chipmunk Two-seat Training Monoplane (D.H. Gipsy Major IC engine).
The D.H.C.1 Chipmunk Two-seat Training Monoplane (D.H. Gipsy Major IC engine).
The D.H.C.1 Chipmunk.
The Douglas XBTD-1 Destroyer Single-seat Bomber-Torpedo Monoplane (Wright R3350-14 engine).
The Edo XOSE-1 Single-seat Scout-Observation Seaplane (550 h.p. Ranger V-770-8 engine).
The Edo XOSE-1 Seaplane.
The prototype Miles Marathon with central fin and rudder (four 330 h.p. D.H. Gipsy Queen 71 engines).
The Miles M-60 Marathon.
The Morane-Saulnier M.S.560 Single-seat Light Monoplane (75 h.p. Train 6D-01 engine).
The Morane-Saulnier M.S.570 Two-seat Light Monoplane (140 h.p. Renault 4 Pei engine).
The Morane-Saulnier M.S. 571 Three/Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (140 h.p. Renault 4 Pei engine).
The Morane-Saulnier M.S. 571 Three/Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (140 h.p. Renault 4 Pei engine).
The Morane-Saulnier M.S.570.
A photograph of a model of the Saab-90 Scandia Commercial Airliner (two 1,200 - 1,450 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-2000-2SD13-G Twin-Wasp engines).
The Saab-90 Scandia.
The Zlin 22 Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (70 h.p. Persy III engine).
The Zlin 22 Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (70 h.p. Zlin Persy III engine).
The Curtiss XF14C-2 Experimental Single-seat Fleet Fighter (Wright R-3350-16 engine driving contra-rotating airscrews).
The Saab-91 Safir Three-seat Cabin Monoplane (145 h.p. D.H. Gipsy Major 10 engine).
The Saab-91 Safir.
The S.O.30N built by the Groupe Technique de Cannes during the War. It was the prototype of the Sud-Ouest S.O. 30R Bellatrix.
The S.O.30R Bellatrix Twin-engined Passenger Monoplane (two 1,700 h.p. Gnome-Rhone 14 R5 engines).
The S.O.30R Bellatrix Twin-engined Passenger Monoplane (two 1,700 h.p. Gnome-Rhone 14 R5 engines).
The Douglas XB-43, a jet-propelled version of the XB-42. The two General Electric TG-180 gas-turbines exhaust aft of the tail-unit.
The Fairchild Husky Transport Seaplane (450 h.p. Pratt & Whitney Wasp-Junior engine).
The Prototype C.C.F. Burnelli CBY-3 Twin-engined Transport Monoplane (two 1,200 h.p. Pratt & Whitney Twin-Wasp engines).
The Pilatus P-2 Two-seat Advanced Training Monoplane (370-465 h.p. Argus As. 410 A-2 engine).
The Percival Prentice Three-seat Primary Training Monoplane (D.H. Gipsy Queen engine).
The Martin Model 202 Airliner (two Pratt & Whitney R-2800 Double-Wasp engines).
A sectioned drawing of the Martin Model 303 Twin-engined Airliner showing the interior arrangements.
The KZ II-T Two-seat Trainer (145 h.p. D.H. Gipsy Major I engine) as supplied to the Royal Danish Naval Air Service.
The KZ II-T Trainer.
The Fiat G.46 Trainer.
The Firestone XR-9B Two-seat Military Helicopter (135 h.p. Lycoming O-290-7 engine).
The Firestone XR-9B Military Helicopter.
The Firestone GA-45D Two-seat Commercial Helicopter (135 h.p. Lycoming engine).
The Fleet Canuck Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (85 h.p. Continental C85-12J engine).
The I.Ae D.L. 22 Two-seat Advanced Trainer (475 h.p. I.Ae.16 El Gaucho engine).
The I.Ae D.L. 22-C Two-seat Advanced Training Monoplane (475 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley Cheetah 25 engine).
The I.Ae.24 Calquin Attack Bomber. (Two 1,050 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-1830-SC-G engines).
The Chrislea C.H.3 Ace Two-seat Light Monoplane (125 h.p. Lycoming engine).
A KZ III Laerke Light Monoplane supplied to the “Zone-Redningskorp” for Ambulance duties.
The KZ.VII Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (125 h.p. Continental C125 engine).
The KZ III Two-seat Cabin Monoplane.
The Fokker F-25 Promoter Four-seat Pusher Monoplane (140-190 h.p. Lycoming O-435A engine).
The S.E. 2300 Two/Three-seat Cabin Monoplane (140 h.p. Renault Bengali 4 Pei engine).
The S.E. 2310 Three-seat Cabin Monoplane, a tricycle version of the S.E. 2300.
The Nord 1101 Noralpha Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (240 h.p. Renault 6Q10 enigne).
The Globe Swift GC-1A Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (85 h.p. Continental C85-12 engine).
The Globe Swift GC-1A Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (85 h.p. Continental C85-12 engine).
The Globe Swift Model GC-1B Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (125 h.p. Continental C125 engine).
The S.O. 90 Light Transport Monoplane, the prototype of the S.O. 93, 94 and 95.
The S.O. 90 Light Transport Monoplane (two 580 h.p. Renault 12 S 00 engines).
The Grumman Mallard Eight/Ten-seat Amphibian (two Pratt & Whitney Wasp engines).
The Reid & Sigrist Desford Twin-engined Trainer (two 130 h.p. D.H. Gipsy Major Series I engines).
The S.E.C.A.N. Type S.U.C. 10 Courlis Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (200 h.p. Mathis G8R engine).
The S.E.C.A.N. Type S.U.C. 10 Courlis Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (Mathis G8R engine).
The A.I.S.A. H.M.5 Advanced Training Monoplane (150 h.p. Hirth HM 506 engine).
The A.I.S.A. H.M.9 Glider-Tug (150 h.p. Hirth HM 506 engine).
The Rocket 185 Two-seat Light Monoplane (185 h.p. Lycoming engine).
The Rocket 185 Cabin Monoplane.
The Lockheed Model 34 Little Dipper, a small single-seat light monoplane which was built before the Lockheed company abandoned its intention to enter the personal plane market.
The Lockheed XP-49 Experimental High-Altitude Monoplane (two Continental V-1430-13/15 engines).
The prototype Lockheed Saturn Light Transport (two Continental GR9A-975 engines).
The Lockheed 75 Saturn.
The Lockheed XR60-1 Constitution Naval Transport (four 3,500 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-4-360 engines).
The Lockheed XR60-1 Constitution Naval Transport (four 3,500 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-4360 engines).
The Macchi M.B. 308 Cabin Monoplane.
The Prototype Martin XBTM-1 Mauler Single-seat Attack Bomber (Pratt & Whitney R-4360-4 Wasp-Major engine).
The Prototype Martin XBTM-1 Mauler with flaps extended. This aircraft is in production as the AM-1.
The Mauboussin M.202 Single-seat Advanced Training Monoplane (115 h.p. Regnier engine).
The Max Holste M.H.52 Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (150 h.p. Potez 4D engine).
The Short Sandringham II Commercial Flying-Boat (four 1,200 h.p. Pratt & Whitney Twin-Wasp engines).
The Short Sandringham Flying-boat.
The S.E. 200 No. 3 Long-range Flying-boat (1,600 h.p. Gnome-Rhone 14R engines).
The S.E.200 Commercial Flying-boat.
The Nord 1201 Norecrin Three-seat Touring Monoplane (140 h.p. Renault 4 Pei engine).
The Nord 1201 Norecrin
The North American XB-28 Experimental Medium-Bomber (two Pratt & Whitney R-2800-27 engines).
The Piper J5C-104 Super-Cruiser Three-seat Cabin Monoplane (104 h.p. Lycoming engine).
The Republic XF-12 Photographic-Reconnaissance Monoplane the prototype of the RC-2 Rainbow Airliner.
The Prototype Republic XF-12 Photographic-Reconnaissance Monoplane (four 3,000 h.p. Pratt & Whitney Wasp-Major engines).
The Republic RC-2 Rainbow.
The Piper PT-1 Two-seat Training Monoplane (130 h.p. Franklin engine).
The Curtiss XBT2C-1 Bomber-Torpedo Monoplane (Wright R-3350-24 engine).
The Curtiss XBTC-2 Experimental Torpedo-Bomber (Pratt & Whitney R-4360-8A engine).
The S.I.A.I-Marchetti SM.95 Airliner (four 930 h.p. Alfa-Romeo 128 RC.18 engines).
The nose of the S.I.A.I-Marchetti SM.95 Airliner (four 930 h.p. Alfa-Romeo 128 RC.18 engines).
The S.C.A.N. 20 Flying-boat.
The KZ IV Ambulance Monoplane (two 130 h.p. D.H. Gipsy Major engines) operated by the “Zone-Redningskorp.”
The KZ IV Ambulance.
The S.E. 1010.
A Drawing of the S.O. 6000 Two-seat Jet-propelled Monoplane.
The T.H.K.2 single-seat Aerobatic Trainer (135 h.p. D.H. Gipsy Major engine).
The Chance Vought XF6U-1 Pirate Single-seat Fighter (one Westinghouse turbo-jet engine).
The Chance Vought XF6U-1 Pirate Single-seat Fighter (one Westinghouse turbo-jet engine).
The Zlin 23 Honza Elementary Glider.
The D.H. Sea Mosquito Mk.33 Naval Torpedo-Fighter-Reconnaissance Monoplane (two 1,635 h.p. Rolls-Royce Merlin 25 engines).
The D.H. Mosquito P.R. Mk. 34.
The Auster VI Light Liaison and Observation Monoplane (145 h.p. D.H. Gipsy-Major VII engine).
A Drawing of the Aerocentre N.C. 211 Cormoran Four-engined transport monoplane.
The Interstate XBQ-4 Remotely-controlled Pilotless Bomb-carrier (two Lycoming O-435-3 engines).
The Commonwealth C.A.17 (C.A.11 ???) Woomera Bomber-Reconnaissance Monoplane (two Australian-built 1,200 h.p. Pratt & Whitney Twin-Wasp engines).
The Northrop F-15A Reporter Long-range Photographic-Reconnaissance Monoplane.
The Northrop XP-61E with redesigned central nacelle which became the prototype for the XF-15 Reporter.
The Goodyear F2G-1 Corsair.
The Cierva W.9 Experimental Helicopter (200 h.p. D.H. Gipsy-Six Series III engine).
The Fairchild XNQ-1 Two-seat Naval Primary Trainer (320 h.p. Lycoming R-680-E engine).
The Aerocentre N.C. 840 Chardoneret Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (140-152 h.p. Renault 4 POI engine).
The Pilatus SB-2 Pelican Four/Six-seat Cabin Monoplane (440 h.p. Pratt & Whitney Wasp-Junior engine).
The Percival Merganser Light Transport.
The S.E. 700 Three-seat Cabin Helicopter (220 h.p. Renault 6 Q-01 engine).
The Avianautic R.A.14 Loisirs Light Monoplane (40 h.p. Train engine).
A line of C.N.N.A. HL-6 Series B Caure Two-seat Trainers (125 h.p. Lycoming O-290-0 engines).
The Experimental Vickers-Armstrongs 432 Pressurized Single-seat Fighter (two 1,280 h.p. Rolls-Royce Merlin 61 engines).
The Avia 36 Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (65 h.p. Walter Mikron 4-III engine).
The Letov L.290 Orel Airliner (four B.M.W. 801 engines).
The Zlin 24 Krajanek Training Sailplane.
A mock-up of the Aerocentre N.C.271 Jet-propelled Research Monoplane.
The N.C. 3020 Belphegor.
The Aerocentre N.C. J.C.1 Two-seat Light Biplane (40 h.p. Salmson 9 ADB engine).
The Breguet G.11 E Experimental Helicopter (240 h.p. Potez 9E-00 engine).
The Guerchais Roche stand at the 1946 Paris Aero Show showing (left) the T.39 Three-seat Monoplane; (centre) the T.107 Glider and (right) the T.35 Two-seat Touring Monoplane.
The Guerchais Roche T.35 Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (140 h.p. Renault engine).
The Guerchais Roche stand at the 1946 Paris Aero Show showing (left) the T.39 Three-seat Monoplane; (centre) the T.107 Glider and (right) the T.35 Two-seat Touring Monoplane.
The M.D.G. L.D. 45 Single-seat Light Biplane (40 h.p. Mathis G2F engine).
The Castel-Mauboussin C.M. Jalon Two-seat Research Glider.
The Nord 1500 Noreclair Naval Reconnaissance Bomber (Two Gnome-Rhone 14 R25 engines).
The S.E.C.A.T. RG-75 Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (70 h.p. Regnier engine).
The S.I.P.A. S.70 Light Transport (two 210 h.p. Mathis GSR engines).
The S.E. 2100 Two-seat Tail-less Monoplane (140 h.p. Renault Bengali 4 Pei engine).
The S.E. 2100 Tail-less Monoplane.
The S.O.1100 Experimental Rotating-wing Aircraft.
A Model of the Breda-Zappata 308 Four-engined Transport.
The Diepen-Difoga 421 Twin-boom Pusher Monoplane (98 h.p. Ford V-8 water-cooled automobile engine).
The Diepen-Difoga 421 Two-seat Twin-boom Cabin Monoplane (98 h.p. Ford V-8 engine).
The Aeronca Arrow Two-seat Cabin Monoplane.
The Bartlett Zephyr Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (150 h.p. Franklin engine).
The Boeing XL-15, prototype of the L-15A Two-seat Liaison Monoplane (125 h.p. Lycoming engine).
The Bunyard BAX-3 Sportsman Three-seat Boat Amphibian (130 h.p. Franklin engine).
The Commonwealth Trimmer.
The Consolidated Vultee XA-41 Single-seat Close-Support Monoplane (Pratt & Whitney R-4360-9 engine).
The Consolidated Vultee XA-41 Single-seat Close-Support Monoplane (Pratt & Whitney R-4360-9 engine).
The Culver Model V Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (85 h.p. Continental C85 engine).
The Culver V Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (85 h.p. Continental C85 engine).
The Curtiss XF15C-1 Single-seat Naval Fighter in its original form. It has a Pratt & Whitney R-2800-3W engine in the nose and an Allis-Chalmers (de Havilland) H-1B gas-turbine exhausting beneath the fuselage.
The Curtiss XF15C-1 Naval Fighter in its latest form with tailplane removed to the top of the fin.
The Curtiss XP-62 Experimental Single-seat Fighter (Wright R-3350-17 engine driving contra-rotating airscrews).
The Curtiss XP-60D Experimental Single-seat Fighter (Packard V-1650-3 Merlin engine).
The Curtiss YP-60E Experimental Single-seat Fighter (Pratt & Whitney R-2800-18 engine).
The Fleetwings YPQ-12A Radio-controlled Target or Bomb-carrier (Lycoming O-435 engine). The open cockpit was for test and ferrying.
The Fleetwings XBQ-2A Radio-controlled Bomb-carrier (two 280 h.p. Lycoming R-680-13 engines).
The Fletcher CQ-1A Two-seat Target Control Monoplane (450 h.p. Pratt & Whitney R-985-AN-1 engine).
The Hockaday Comet Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (130 h.p. Franklin engine).
The Luscombe Model 10 Single-seat Monoplane (65 h.p. Continental engine).
The McDonnell KDD-1 Kadydid Pilotless Radio-Controlled Target Drone.
The Meyers MAC 125-C Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (125 h.p. Continental C125 engine).
The KDN-1 jet-propelled Target Drone developed by the Naval Air Material Center.
The Nelson Dragonfly Two-seat Auxiliary-powered Sailplane (25 h.p. Nelson two-stroke engine).
The prototype Northrop GB-2 Tail-less Radio-controlled Glider Bomb with pilot’s cockpit for controlled gliding tests.
The Piper PA-6 Skysedan Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (165 h.p. Continental E165 engine).
The experimental Piper Skycycle Single-seat Monoplane, the fuselage of which is formed by a plastic drop-tank.
The Ross RS-2L Two-seat Open Cockpit Parasol Monoplane (65 h.p. Lycoming O-145-B3 engine).
The Ross RS-2L Light Monoplane.
The Ryan XF2R-1 Single-seat Fighter (General Electric TG-100 airscrew-jet and I-16 thermal jet engines).
A drawing of the Volmer Jensen VJ-21 Two-seat Light Pusher Monoplane (65 h.p. Lycoming O-145-B3 engine).
A drawing of the Waco Aristocraft Four-seat Pusher Monoplane (215 h.p. Franklin engine).