This Week’s Hints to help you along:
- The tail design might help you, but probably not….
- Exceedingly rare and later scrapped after rejection by the military.
- Sleek, but still a biplane at a time when monoplanes were leading.
- Perhaps envisioned for training, or hopefully as a fighter?
So do you know what this aircraft is?
Post a REPLY below with your best guess!
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2 thoughts on “From Instructor to Fighter”
I have absolutely no idea, despite a great deal of trawling.
Please someone put me out of my misery!
Whatever it is, the only thing I have as a clue is that the propeller turns in a clockwise direction when viewed from the aspect of the ground crew who has to swing the prop. This is the same direction as the D.H. Tiger Moths that I used the swing in the 1940s.