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  • Stinson Reliant Lightweight Liaison Aircraft


    The high-wing monplane Stinson Reliant series soldiered on before, through and after World War 2 in service with several notable operators.



     Updated: 6/12/2016; Authored By Staff Writer; Content ¬©www.MilitaryFactory.com


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    Stinson Reliant SR-10F Technical Specifications


    Service Year: 1933
    Type: Lightweight Liaison Aircraft
    National Origin: United States
    Manufacturer(s): Stinson Aircraft Company - USA
    Production Total: 1,327



    Structural (Crew Space, Dimensions and Weights)


    Operating Crew: 1
    Length: 27.92 feet (8.51 meters)
    Width: 41.60 feet (12.68 meters)
    Height: 8.53 feet (2.60 meters)

    Weight (Empty): 3,053 lb (1,385 kg)
    Weight (MTOW): 4,630 lb (2,100 kg)

    Installed Power and Standard Day Performance


    Engine(s): 1 x Pratt & Whitney Wasp Junior SB 9-cylinder air-cooled radial piston engine.

    Maximum Speed: 177 mph (285 kph; 154 knots)
    Maximum Range: 851 miles (1,370 km)
    Service Ceiling: 20,997 feet (6,400 meters; 3.98 miles)
    Rate-of-Climb: 1,330 feet-per-minute (405 m/min)

    Armament / Mission Payload


    None.

    Global Operators / Customers


    Argentina; Australia; Brazil; El Salvador; Mexico; Norway; Paraguay; Philippines; United Kingdom; United States

    Model Variants (Including Prototypes)


    SR-1

    SR-2

    SR-3

    SR-4

    SR-5

    SR-5A

    SR-5B

    SR-5C

    SR-5E

    SR-5F

    SR-6

    SR-6A

    SR-6B

    SR-7

    SR-7B

    SR-7C

    SR-8A

    SR-8B

    SR-8C

    SR-8D

    SR-8DM

    SR-8E

    SR-8DE

    SR-9

    SR-9A

    SR-9B

    SR-9C

    SR-9E

    SR-9F

    SR-10 - Final commercial model

    SR-10B

    SR-10C

    SR-10D

    SR-10E

    SR-10F

    SR-10G

    SR-10J

    SR-10K

    AT-19

    AT-19A

    AR-19B

    AT-19C

    UC-81

    UC-81A

    UC-81C

    UC-81D

    XC-81D

    UC-81E

    UC-81F

    UC-81G

    UC-81H

    UC-81J

    UC-81K

    UC-81L

    UC-81M

    UC-81N

    L-12

    L-12A

    RQ-1

    XR3Q-1

    Reliant Mk I

    V-77 - Post-war civilian model marketed by Vultee.

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