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It was designated XJA-1 and had serial A It has been suggested the aircraft was cancelled. The JA designation was later used for the Noorduyn Norseman. The first three were used in the Arctic regions, the fourth aircraft for general purposes. The PB designation was first used for the Boeing model 50 flying boat which was built in for a transatlantic flight. It was eventually scrapped in The aircraft was brought up to BG standards and used for development purposes.
The P2B-1S designation was applied to two aircraft used as radar picket aircraft with extra fuel tanks and a radar installation in the bomb bay. They were transferred on 14 April It was procured by the US Navy in April with serial and flew as such for the first time in July In the P4Y designation was used for the Consolidated Privateer.
The latter were fitted with R engines. They included aircraft with serials , , , , and Those remaining in service on 18 September were redesignated as QP-4B. The aircraft was subsequently redesignated as XR3Q The Grumman 16 was based on the SF design. No production was undertaken. One of these was used as the XSBF-1 for testing purposes. The designation was first assigned to the Curtiss 31 a 3-seat biplane. The first flight took place in November The production version, known as SC-1 was built by Martin, who underbid Curtiss. The designation CS-2 was applied to a version with a Wright T3 engine and additional fuel capacity.
It formed the prototype for the production of T3M-1 and T3M-2 aircraft. It was A Later the SC designation was used for the model Curtiss 97 Seahawk, a scout plane which was designed as a floatplane but delivered as a landplane. The first flight was on 16 February The aircraft were fitted with a fixed landing gear although floatgear was purchased separately. It had a R engine. At that time Great Lakes was subsidiary of Detroit.
Whilst the aircraft were ordered as TE-1, they were delivered as TG It is alleged that six OSE-1s were converted but it is doubtful that any were delivered. The latter serials have also been associated with the TE-2 version. The aircraft were also designated as XS2E Those remaining in service on 18 September were redesignated as U-1B. There is a substantial amount of transfer of aircraft between the various services and individual aircraft may have had serials applied in the various systems. The first flight was on 30 December The UF-2 version had a larger wing and RA engines.
In addition 19 aircraft were built outright. Vought designed a two seat observation aircraft based on the VE. The UO-1C designation was used for a UO-1 version stressed for use with catapults but the development was never proceeded with. It was later converted to a two seat utility aircraft. The UO-3 version, of which 20 were ordered, was redesignated as FU-1 before completion. It was fitted with a different wing of a span of 34'2" Those remaining in service on 18 September were redesignated as UA.
Eventually these aircraft were supplied as CBL. Eventually they were redesignated as CC on 18 September but the aircraft were never delivered. On completion of the trials, in , the aircraft were sold to the French Army. This was a flying platform fitted with a ducted fan.
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Flight direction was obtained by the pilot leaning into the desired direction. The craft was originally built for the Office of Naval Research to tests ducted fan type of lift and propulsion.
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Tests began with a twin engined prototype on 21 January with tethered flights, with a first free flight taking place on 4 February Tests of the US Army version, with a larger diameter and fitted with three engines and designated VZ-1, began in The HZ-1 was a one man flying platform and the first one flew in January The designation YHO-2 was then applied to the Hughes light observation helicopter based on the model A.
The first flight took place in October Eventually the helicopter was adopted as a primary trainer with the designation THA. The deHavilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou was a transport aircraft for 32 troops which flew for the first time on 30 July as a company aircraft. The Dash-7 flew for the first time on 27 March and the US Army aircraft were procured from the civil market in app. In addition the US Army used seven aircraft with the designation RC-7 and various RC-7B s for anti-drug operations and other military intelligence gathering missions.
These were fitted with a strengthened cabin floor and a large cargo door. As Handley Page could not handle the production the programme was cancelled in October although it seems two aircraft had already flown earlier that year.
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The development was company funded and the first flight took place on 15 December with the prototype registered ND. On 18 September those aircraft remaining in service were redesignated as T-1A. The aircraft was based on the Beechjet , itself a derivative of the Mitsubishi Diamond 2. BAe won the RAF's maritime patrol aircraft competition and is rebuilding 21 of the Nimrod fleet with new wings, BMW Rolls-Royce BR engines and other structural improvements, plus fitting the refurbished airframe with a Boeing missions system and new sensors. Other purchases include 14 new Chinooks, which are being delivered, and 22 Merlin transports which will arrive in squadron service in ; Sentrys are receiving radar upgrades, and Hawk trainers are receiving new fuselages.
Bruggen in Germany plays host to the Tornados of 9, 14, 17 and 31 Squadrons. The RAF is to withdraw from Germany by One unit, 17 Squadron, is due to disband under the provisions of the SDR while 14 Squadron will move to Lossiemouth and the other two to Marham. Tactical support is provided by the Harriers of 1, 3, 4 and 20 Reserve Squadrons and the Jaguars of 6, 41 54 and 16 Reserve Squadrons.
The Harriers of 3 and 4 Squadron moved from Laarbruch in Germany to Cottesmore in when the German station is closed.
Wittering is home to 1 and 20 Squadrons. Jaguars are based at Coltishall, except the reserve unit which is at Lossiemouth but is due to join the other three squadrons. Benson is also home to the second flight of 72 Squadron which operates the Wessex. The air defence element is formed of 43 and Squadrons at Leuchars, 11 and 25 Squadrons at Leeming and 29 and 56 Reserve Squadrons at Coningsby. All air defence units operate the Tornado F3. Leeming is also home to the Hawks of Squadron. Flying training is operated by a mixture of civilian contractors and the RAF.
The larger ship could have an air wing of 50 aircraft, which would include RAF strike aircraft.
HMS Ocean , a dedicated helicopter carrier, carried out sea trials in pending delivery to the RN. The SDR cancelled a follow on order for 24 Merlins. However, Sea King HC4 transports are part of the force. Sea Harriers may get Pegasus engines which have better hot and high performance. The aircraft is a prospective replacement for the Sea Harrier in the next century.
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Of these five, one is a training unit, one is SAR. Culdrose is also home to Squadron's Jetstream T2s, used for observer training. There are two frontline Sea Harrier squadrons, and , plus a training squadron, It also took over the evaluation tasks of L Squadron, the trials unit for the Lynx mid-life update programme. The capability was used operationally during Operation Allied Force in Lynx AH9s are tactical transports.
The latter also has an Islander-equipped HQ Flight. The USAF continues to adapt to the post Cold War world that has forced it to become a specialist in rapid deployment, conducting operations at a distance from its fixed base structure. A paper published in , Global Engagement, outlines six core competencies that the USAF will provide in the first quarter of the next century. These consist of air and space superiority, global attack, rapid global mobility, precision engagement, information superiority and agile combat support.
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At the heart of the strategy is long-range striking power from the continental USA, allowing for power projection anywhere on the globe. Two will be on alert to respond immediately, each one serving for a day period every 15 months. Each EAF has a full range of capabilities, including up fighters, bombers, transports and tankers.
The re-organisation serves as a backdrop for the drastic cutback in the number of equivalent tactical fighter wings. The USAF today maintains only 12 active and seven reserve fighter wings - down from 16 and 12, respectively. Average USAF aircraft ages are steadily increasing and the service has a range of programmes to replace some and upgrade others. The biggest acquisition programme is the F Raptor.
This programme faced stiff funding scrutiny in It emerged with its funding but Congress will keep a tight grasp on the purse strings, funding being dependent on milestones being passed. In the transport forces the USAF continues to procure Cs and has earmarked funds to procure aircraft in excess of the already ordered. Some of these will have a special forces role. The C-5 behemoth will not be replaced, but the USAF is starting an upgrade programme which should see the aircraft re-engined as well as receive an avionics modernisation programme AMP. Both will reduce the maintenance burden of the giant airlifter while the AMP will improve crew workloads and allow the aircraft to operate in the future air traffic control environment.
Tanker assets will continue to be based around the KC for the foreseeable future.
Some Cs will be replaced by the CJ.