Military Factory
Military Factory

Aircraft from 1920 - 1929

Authored By Staff Writer | Last Updated: 7/26/2015

Not even a worldwide economic depression could derail the "Golden Age of Flight" experienced throughout the 1920s.

There are a total of (33) Aircraft from 1920 - 1929 in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order. Flag images indicative of country of origin.

Aero A.11
The Aero A.11 was a successful, multi-faceted performer for the Czech Army Air Force in the interwar years between World War ...
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Aero A.12
The Aero A.12 was designed specifically to succeed the company's previous biplane effort - the A.11. The A.11 appeared in the...
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Aeromarine 75
The American concern of Aeromarine converted the British Felixstowe F5L military flying boat for the civilian market. The F5L...
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Armstrong Whitworth Atlas
The Armstrong Whitworth Atlas was designed to replace the aging de Havilland DH.9A biplane of 1918 as well as the Bristol Fig...
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Armstrong Whitworth Siskin
The Armstrong Whitworth Siskin (a siskin being a smallish yellow-tinged finch) was the primary air mount of many-a-Royal Air ...
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Avro Bison
When the aircraft carrier was proven a viable sea-going warship in World War 1 (1914-1918), military powers who could afford ...
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Blackburn Ripon
The Blackburn concern was founded in 1914 by aviation engineer Robert Blackburn as the "Blackburn Aeroplane & Motor Company" ...
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Boeing F2B (Model 69)
The Boeing F2B biplane fighter served the United States Navy in a carrier-based fighter role. It was produced in over two doz...
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Boeing F4B / P-12
In the latter half of the 1920s, Boeing undertook another private venture of a pursuit-minded military fighter in the Model 8...
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Boeing Model 40
One of the earlier, effective uses of the airplane outside of the military realm was in mail delivery. Until this point in hi...
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Boeing PW-9 (Model 15)
The Boeing PW-9 series was based on the company's "Model 15" aircraft which, in turn, held origins based in the then-excellen...
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Boeing XP-8
Following World War 1 (1914-1918), the aircraft as a military platform advanced beyond its original fabric-over-wood covering...
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Breguet Br.19
The French-designed and produced Breguet Br.19 was designed as successor to the stellar Br.14 model line and was developed in...
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Bristol Bulldog
In 1926, the British Air Ministry put forth a specification for a radial-piston engine fighter design that could operate in d...
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Consolidated PT-1 Trusty
The "Trusty" was a product of the Consolidated Aircraft Corporation (though designed under the brand of the Dayton-Wright Com...
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Curtiss F6C HAWK
The Curtiss F6C Hawk series of aircraft was in fact the US Navy/Marine model of the US Army's P-1 Hawk series. The US Navy fo...
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Curtiss P-6 Hawk
Originally based on the existing Curtiss P-1B series of fighter aircraft, the Curtiss P-6 Hawk series became a frontline "pur...
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Fairey Flycatcher
The primary Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm (FAA) fighter aircraft of the 1920s and early 1930s became the Fairey "Flycatcher". This...
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Huff-Daland LB-1
Huff-Daland produced a series of aircraft for American agricultural and military service that began with the HD-1B and ended ...
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Huff-Daland XHB-1 Cyclops
For years in the decade following World War 1 (1914-1918) the Huff-Daland Aero Corporation attempted to sell the United Sates...
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Keystone XLB-3
As promising as the performance jump from the Martin MB-2 to the Huff-Daland LB-1 series was, Army authorities were not convi...
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Liore-et-Olivier LeO 25
The Liore-et-Olivier was a bomber platform developed by the French for its Air Force and also went on to see service with its...
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Martin MB-2 / NBS-1
The Martin MB-2 series of twin-engine bombers holds a distinct footnote in the history of United States bomber production as ...
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Nieuport Nighthawk
The Nieuport Nighthawk began as a design showing great promise. Development began in 1918, the final year of World War 1, and...
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Nieuport-Delage NiD 29
World War 1 had been raging in Europe since 1914 and aircraft technology had advanced ten-fold by 1918. The French firm of Ni...
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Nieuport-Delage NiD 52
The French concern of Nieuport was founded in 1908 prior to World War 1 (1914-1918) as a raceplane maker. It eventually produ...
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SPAD S.XX (S.20)
During World War 1 (1914-1918), the advantage in the air war over Europe had changed hands several times, driven by a combina...
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Vought FU-1
During May of 1922, the Lewis and Vought Corporation was reformed to become the Chance Vought Corporation and its first produ...
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Witteman-Lewis XNBL-1 (Barling Bomber)
The Witteman-Lewis XNBL-1 (popularly known as the "Barling Bomber") was an ambitious heavy bomber design from Walter Barling,...
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