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Supermarine (Company) Chronological Aircraft List

Catalog of military and civilian aircraft belonging to Supermarine.

Supermarine (Company) Chronological Aircraft List

Catalog of military and civilian aircraft belonging to Supermarine.

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There are a total of 14 aircraft as part of the Supermarine (Company) Chronological Aircraft List in the Military Factory. Please note that some brands are listed separately in the list below. For example, 'Lockheed' and 'Lockheed Martin' are considered two separate listings in the Military Factory database. Also, if a particular manufacture has assisted in the production of another's aircraft (as in a 'Joint Venture' or similar arrangement), they, too, will be represented below.

NOTE: Entries below are listed by initial-year-of-service descending so will be showcased from latest product to earliest. This can be helpful in witnessing a company's evolution over the years or decades.

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Supermarine (Vickers) Type 565
Twin-Seat, Twin-Engine Tactical Bomber Proposal
Picture of the Supermarine (Vickers) Type 565
001
National Flag Graphic
1962
Supermarine Scimitar
Carrierbased Strike-Fighter
Picture of the Supermarine Scimitar
002
National Flag Graphic
1957
Supermarine (Vickers) Type 559
High-Speed, High-Altitude Interceptor Proposal
Picture of the Supermarine (Vickers) Type 559
003
National Flag Graphic
1955
Supermarine Swift
Interceptor / Low-Level Reconnaissance Aircraft
Picture of the Supermarine Swift
004
National Flag Graphic
1954
Supermarine Attacker
Single-Seat / Single-Engine Navy Fighter Aircraft
Picture of the Supermarine Attacker
005
National Flag Graphic
1951
ADVERTISEMENTS
Supermarine Seafang
Naval Fighter Prototype Aircraft
Picture of the Supermarine Seafang
006
National Flag Graphic
1946
Supermarine Spiteful
Single-Seat, Single-Engine Fighter Prototype Aircraft
Picture of the Supermarine Spiteful
007
National Flag Graphic
1944
Supermarine Seafire
Carrier-Borne Fighter / Fighter-Bomber / Reconnaissance Aircraft
Picture of the Supermarine Seafire
008
National Flag Graphic
1942
Supermarine Sea Otter
Amphibious Maritime Patrol Floatplane Aircraft
Picture of the Supermarine Sea Otter
009
National Flag Graphic
1942
Supermarine Spitfire
Fighter / Fighter-Bomber / Reconnaissance Aircraft
Picture of the Supermarine Spitfire
0010
National Flag Graphic
1938
Supermarine Stranraer
Reconnaissance Flying Boat Aircraft
Picture of the Supermarine Stranraer
0011
National Flag Graphic
1937
Supermarine B.12/36 (Type 316)
Heavy Bomber Prototype Aircraft
Picture of the Supermarine B.12/36 (Type 316)
0012
National Flag Graphic
1937
Supermarine Walrus (Seagull)
Search and Rescue / Reconnaissance Amphibious Flying Boat Aircraft
Picture of the Supermarine Walrus (Seagull)
0013
National Flag Graphic
1935
Supermarine (Pemberton-Billing) P.B.31E
Quadruplane Airship Interceptor Prototype Aircraft
Picture of the Supermarine (Pemberton-Billing) P.B.31E
0014
National Flag Graphic
1917


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