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 Decade: 1920-1929
 Collection: Technical Report Archive and Image Library
The Supermarine "Southampton" seaplane : observation or bomber

The Supermarine "Southampton" seaplane : observation or bomber

Date: December 1, 1926
Creator: unknown
Description: Purchased for the British Air Ministry, the Southampton seaplane uses 2 Napier Lion engines and has a boat hull with outriggers mounted on the wings. It was designed as a military aircraft and can be easily converted to a bomber.
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The Vickers "Vendace", a land or sea training biplane

The Vickers "Vendace", a land or sea training biplane

Date: May 1, 1926
Creator: unknown
Description: None
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Fiat C.R. 20 pursuit airplane

Fiat C.R. 20 pursuit airplane

Date: May 1, 1927
Creator: unknown
Description: The Fiat C.R. 20 has an all metal frame covered with fireproof fabric, except for the area near the engines, which is covered in duraluminum. It is armed with 4 machine guns and is capable of 280 KPH.
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Avimeta three-engine commercial monoplane : type A.V.M. 132

Avimeta three-engine commercial monoplane : type A.V.M. 132

Date: December 1, 1927
Creator: unknown
Description: This is an all metal aircraft, including the wing coverings. Both the framework and the sheet-metal coverings are Alferium, made by Schneider Co.
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The Morane Sauliner 222 airplane (French) : a single-seat pursuit monoplane

The Morane Sauliner 222 airplane (French) : a single-seat pursuit monoplane

Date: December 1, 1929
Creator: Frachet, Andre
Description: None
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Vojenska-Smolik S.16 airplane : all-metal long-distance observation bi-plane

Vojenska-Smolik S.16 airplane : all-metal long-distance observation bi-plane

Date: March 1, 1927
Creator: unknown
Description: None
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The Fairchild "all-purpose" cabin monoplane

The Fairchild "all-purpose" cabin monoplane

Date: October 1, 1927
Creator: unknown
Description: The Fairchild "all-purpose" is a 4 seater with a large luggage compartment, good visibility, and can be configured for surveying work. It is rated at 200 HP. at 1800 R.P.M., but can deliver over 220 HP.
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The Fokker "Trimotor F VII" commercial transport monoplane

The Fokker "Trimotor F VII" commercial transport monoplane

Date: June 1, 1928
Creator: unknown
Description: Directly developed from the single engined type F VII ten passenger monoplanes, The Fokker Trimotor closely follows the commercial aircraft that preceded it. It has three Wright Whirlwind air-cooled engines, rated at 200 HP each.
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Savoia seaplane S.55 : military or commercial

Savoia seaplane S.55 : military or commercial

Date: March 1, 1927
Creator: unknown
Description: The S.55 is a two engine twin hull seaplane built by Societa Idrovolanti Alta Italia (Seaplane Company of Upper Italy). The S.55 (Santa Maria) is to be used for an around the world flight In 1927. It will have a useful load of 7,500 lbs. and a cruising speed of 100 MPH.
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Wibault two-seat monoplane 8C2 : an all-metal pursuit and observation airplane

Wibault two-seat monoplane 8C2 : an all-metal pursuit and observation airplane

Date: June 1, 1926
Creator: Serryer, J
Description: Michel Wibault's two seat monoplane 8C2, is similar to the Parasol pursuit monoplane which preceded it. It has no perishable parts in its structure and needs no special storage or coverings. The sample aeroplane uses a 500 HP Hispano-Suiza engine but can accept a 400-600HP engine from a variety of manufacturers with little difficulty. It uses a two blade tractor propeller.
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