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Prepared by George Clapp for the Historical Aviation Album, presented here are the three-views of the first Fairchild Aircraft design, the FC-1, designed as a camera plane prototype suitable for Sherman Fairchild's aerial mapping and survey business. First flown in 1926, the FC-1 was shown to be underpowered and improved versions were successfully developed and produced in Fairchild's FC-1A and FC-2 aircraft series.
Fairchild Aircraft's M-62 was the company's designation for their primary trainer design, picked by the US Army Air Corps in 1939 after winning a flyoff competition against 17 other designs, and leading to the well-known PT-19 aircraft series produced from 1939 to 1945. The Cornell was a PT-19 variant equipped with a Ranger L440 6-cylinder engine, and 570 were produced for the Royal Canadian Air Force. Paul Matt has drawn up a detailed three-view of the Cornell aircraft for the Historical...
Modelers on the lookout for an uncommon WWI biplane to build for flying or display purposes, look no more!
The L.W.F. Model G was a two-seater biplane fighter-bomber designed and flown in the 1917-1918 time period, apparently as a proposed aircraft for the US Army Air Corps. Powered by a 12 cylinder Liberty engine, the Model G had the distinction of being a 100% "Made in America" aircraft design, unusual for that time period. Paul R. Matt has drawn up an extremely detailed...