The Greyhound tandem two-seat fighter-reconnaissance aircraft was designed by J Kenworthy as a potential successor to the Bristol Fighter, but the first prototype was not completed until after the Armistice of 1918 owing to difficulties with its 320hp ABC Dragonfly I nine-cylinder radial engine. Flight testing eventually commenced in May 1919, and three prototypes were built and flown, but no further development was undertaken. Armament comprised two fixed synchronised 7.7mm Vickers guns and a single 7.7mm Lewis gun on a Scarff ring in the rear cockpit.
| Take-off weight||1375 kg||3031 lb|
| Empty weight||834 kg||1839 lb|
| Wingspan||11.89 m||39 ft 0 in|
| Length||8.14 m||27 ft 8 in|
| Height||3.15 m||10 ft 4 in|
| Wing area||36.16 m2||389.22 sq ft|
| Max. speed||207 km/h||129 mph|
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