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Supermarine NightHawk Supermarine NightHawk

1916


R.J. Mitchell, who later designed the Spitfire, joined Supermarine in 1917. A racing design, ...

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Supermarine Sea Lion

1919

Supermarine Sea Lion

Supermarine Seal / Seagull Supermarine Seal / Seagull

1922

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Shortly after World War I, Supermarine received two Air Ministry contracts, one in 1921 for ...

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Supermarine Swan

1924

Supermarine Swan

Supermarine Southampton Supermarine Southampton

1925

First appearing in 1925, the Southampton was a wooden or metal-hulled (Mk I and Mk ...

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Supermarine S.5

1927

Supermarine S.5

Supermarine S.6B Supermarine S.6B

1931

Last of the line of Schneider Trophy racing seaplanes designed by R. J. Mitchell was the ...

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All-metal reconnaissance flying-boat developed from the Southampton and powered by two 391kW Rolls-Royce Kestrel IIIS ...

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Supermarine Scapa

1932

Supermarine Scapa

Supermarine Walrus Supermarine Walrus

1933

One of the unsung heroes of World War II, the Supermarine Walrus amphibian was a private venture ...

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Issue of Specification F.7/30 in 1930 for a single-seat fighter led Supermarine to build its ...

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Supermarine 224 (F.7/30)

1934

Supermarine 224 (F.7/30)

Supermarine Stranraer Supermarine Stranraer

1935

Designed to the same specification, R. 24/31, as the Saro London, the Supermarine Stranraer twin-engine biplane flying-boat survived ...

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Without doubt the best known British aircraft of World War II, the Supermarine Spitfire originated from ...

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Supermarine Spitfire

1936

Supermarine Spitfire

Supermarine Sea Otter Supermarine Sea Otter

1938

The Sea Otter amphibious biplane was designed to replace the Walrus on reconnaissance and general ...

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The Seafire was a naval version of the Spitfire specially adapted for operation from aircraft ...

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Supermarine Seafire

1942

Supermarine Seafire

Supermarine 322 (S.24/37) Supermarine 322 (S.24/37)

1943

Two prototypes, first flown in February 1943. No production.

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Conceived as a successor to the Spitfire, the Type 371 was projected from November 1942, ...

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Supermarine Spiteful

1944

Supermarine Spiteful

Supermarine Attacker Supermarine Attacker

1946

Originally conceived in 1944 as a land based jet fighter for the RAF, the Supermarine ...

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Development of a navalised Spiteful was pursued during 1945 to Specification N.5/45, and a contract ...

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Supermarine Seafang

1946

Supermarine Seafang

Supermarine 381 Seagull Supermarine 381 Seagull

1948

The first prototype flew on July 14, 1948. Did not entered production. Two built.

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The Swift was a single-seat swept-wing fighter powered by a Rolls-Royce Avon axial-flow turbojet engine. ...

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Supermarine Swift

1948

Supermarine Swift

Supermarine 510 / 535 Supermarine 510 / 535

1948

During 1946, in response to a contract to build two prototypes of a single-seat high-speed ...

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Known originally as the Supermarine N.113, the Scimitar F.1 was a large single-seat, twin-engined naval ...

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Supermarine Scimitar

1951

Supermarine Scimitar

Supermarine 508 / 529 Supermarine 508 / 529

1951

Responding to Admiralty interest in "undercarriage-less" aircraft suitable for operation from flexible decks on aircraft ...

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