Don Lambert Brown's Miles Aircraft Since 1925 PDF

By Don Lambert Brown

ISBN-10: 0370001273

ISBN-13: 9780370001272

Книга Miles airplane because 1925 Miles airplane on the grounds that 1925 Книги Вооружение Автор: Don Lambert Brown Год издания: 1970 Формат: pdf Издат.:Putnam Страниц: 420 Размер: 157.55 ISBN: 0370001273 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:A historical past of the Miles plane production corporation, from the adolescence to post-war monetary quandary. The Miles corporation synthetic a few 7000 airplane, and designed different airplane which by no means flew, together with what may were the world's first supersonic airplane.

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2H aircra~t were: G-ACYX, -ACYZ, -ACZI, -ACZJ, -ADAB, -ADAS, -ADAW(, -ADBG, -ADBT, -ADCF, -ADCJ, -ADCU, -ADCW, -ADCY, -ADDe, -ADDU, -ADEN, -ADFC, -ADGD, -ADGE, -ADGL, -ADHF, -ADIG, -ADIT, -ADLA, -ADLB, -ADMW, -ADZU, -AEEZ, -AEFA, -AEFS, -AEGE, -AEGP, -AEGR, -AEKJ, -AENS, -AENT, -AEOX and -AFKL. Of these: G-ACYX was sold to France in 1946 as F-BCEX, and G-ADMW is preserved in the RAF Museum. 2M. 2Y Hawk Major and Hawk Trainer Late in 1934, a three-seat cabin version of the Hawk Major was built for the Club George Chazez in Switzerland.

None had flaps and all except the prototype were fitted with the 130 hp Gipsy Major engine. C/n 109 Regn G-ACVM C of A issued 28 July, 1934 110 G-ACWV G-ACWW G-ACWX G-ACWY G-ACXL G-ACXM G-ACXN G-ACYW G-ACXT G-ACXU 28 August, 1934 6 October, 1934 5 October, 1934 30 August, 1934 17 September, 1934 2 October, 1934 19 October, 1934 10 November, 1934 8 November, 1934 12 October, 1934 III 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 Remarks Bought by Sir John Carden. March 1937 Used for sky-writing Sold abroad April 1940 Crashed June 1936 Impressed as NF748 Crashed To India November 1935 as VT-AGX To Kenya September 1934 as VP-KBL To Spain May 1935 as EC-ZZA Impressed Jan 1941 as DG577, later 4020M Re-registered as ZK-ADJ.

At the last control, Cardiff, Miles touched down just as Percival took-off on the last stage to Hatfield but, staying only three minutes, continued the pursuit and passed Percival just before the finishing line, having averaged 163·84 mph for the 953 miles circuit. On the second day he completed the seven 50-mile laps at an average speed of 172 mph but, owing to severe handicapping, he failed to gain a place. He was heard to remark that his only regret was at not arriving in time to see Tommy Rose come in first in the Falcon Six!

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