May, 1936 AIRCRAF T ENGINEERING Tw o of the Types recently Adopted by the Royal Air Forc e and the Royal Navy FO R THE ROYAL AIR FORCE The Fairey "Battle" two-seater medium bomber is fitted with one of the new super-charged Rolls-Royce twelve- cylinder "Merlin" engines. The "Battle" is a low-wing cantilever monoplane, with a wide-track retractable wider-carriage. The metal- covered main plane is fitted with split trailing-edge flaps and trimming tabs arc provided on the elevator and rudder. FO R THE FLEET AIR ARM The Supermarine "Seagull" will be known in the Navy as the " Walrus." It is an amphibian equipped for catapult-launching from an ordinary warship. One of this type has been carried for experimental purposes in H.M.S. "Nelson" and it has now been adopted for production. It is fitted with a Bristol " Pegasus " engine driving a pusher airscrew
Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology – Emerald Publishing
Published: May 1, 1936
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