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Caspar S 1, Germany, 1922 , Sea reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Caspar U 1, Germany, 1922 , Submarine-based scout airplane 

 

Total number built: 3

 
 

Caspar U 2, Germany, 1922 , Submarine-based scout airplane 

 

 
 

Dornier Gs II, Germany, 1922 , Long range sea surveillance flying boat 

 

 
 

Hansa-Brandenburg A 22, Germany, 1922 , Sea reconnaissnace aircraft 

 

 
 

LFG V 19, Germany, 1922 , Submarine-based sea-scout aircraft 

 

 
 

Caspar S 2, Germany, 1923 , Sea surveillance 

 

 
 

Dornier Do I, Germany, 1923 , Long range reconnaissance aircraft 

 

 
 

Heinkel HE 1, Germany, 1923 , Sea based reconnaissance aircraft 

 

 
 

Heinkel S 1, Germany, 1923 , Sea based reconnaissance / surveillance 

 

 
 

Rohrbach Ro II, Germany, 1923 , Long range sea surveillance flying boat 

 

 
 

Dornier D, Germany, 1924 , Sea-based torpedo bomber 

 

 
 

Dornier E, Germany, 1924 , Reconniassance flying boat 

 

 
 

Dornier J, Germany, 1925 , Long range sea reconnaissance flying boat 

 

 
 

Hawker Horsley, United Kingdom, 1925 , Light bomber, Torpedobomber 

 

 
 

Heinkel HD 14, Germany, 1925 , Sea based torpedo bomber 

 

 
 

Heinkel HD 25, Germany, 1925 , Sea-based reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Heinkel HD 26, Germany, 1925 , Sea based reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Rohrbach Ro III, Germany, 1925 , Long range sea reconnaissance flying boat 

 

 
 

Rohrbach Ro IV, Germany, 1925 , Long range sea reconnaissance flying boat 

 

 
 

Aichi Type H, Japan, 1926 , Fighter 

 

 
 

Caspar C 27, Germany, 1926 , Sea based trainer 

 

 
 

Caspar C 29, Germany, 1926 , Sea based reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Dornier R Ris, Germany, 1926 , Long range sea surveillance fyling boat 

 

 
 

Heinkel He 5 a, Germany, 1926 , Sea based reconnaissance aircraft 

 

 
 

Heinkel HE 4, Germany, 1926 , Sea based reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Junkers R 42, Germany, 1926 , Bomber, also as sea-based bomber and torpedo bomber 

 

 
 

LFG V 60, Germany, 1926 , Sea based trainer 

 

 
 

Rohrbach Ro VII a, Germany, 1926 , Reconnaissance flying boat 

 

 
 

Udet U 13, Germany, 1926 , Sea based reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Focke Wulf W 4, Germany, 1927 , Sea based reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Heinkel HD 15, Germany, 1927 , Sea reconnaissance flying boat 

 

 
 

Heinkel HD 28, Germany, 1927 , Sea reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Heinkel He 7, Germany, 1927 , Sea based torpedo bomber 

 

 
 

Rohrbach Ro V, Germany, 1927 , Long range reconnaissance flying boat 

 

 
 

Caspar C 36 W, Germany, 1928 , Sea based reconnaissance, land based version, too 

 

 
 

Heinkel HD 16 W, Germany, 1928 , Torpedo bomber 

 

 
 

Heinkel HD 19 w, Germany, 1928 , Sea based recconnaissance 

 

 
 

Heinkel HD 30, Germany, 1928 , Sea based reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Heinkel HD 31, Germany, 1928 , Sea based reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Heinkel HE 8 a, Germany, 1928 , Sea based reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Vickers Vildebeest Mk. IV, United Kingdom, 1928 , Torpedo bomber 

 

 
 

Arado W II, Germany, 1929 , Sea based trainer 

 

 
 

Arado SSD I, Germany, 1929 , Sea based fighter 

 

 
 

Heinkel HE 9 a, Germany, 1929 , Sea based reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Heinkel HD 55, Germany, 1930 , Reconnaissance flying boat 

 

 
 

Dornier C 2 A, Germany, 1931 , Sea based reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Dornier C 3, Germany, 1931 , Sea based reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Hawker Nimrod Mk II, United Kingdom, 1931 , Carrier based fighter aircraft 

 

 
 

Heinkel He 42 A, Germany, 1931 , Sea based trainer 

 

 
 

Albatros L 102 Aw, Germany, 1932 , Sea based training aircraft 

 

 
 

Focke Wulf W 7, Germany, 1932 , Sea based reconnaissance aircraft 

 

 
 

Grumman F 3 F, USA, 1932 , Carrier based fighter 

 

 
 

Heinkel He 59 B-1, Germany, 1932 , Sea based combat aircraft 

 

 
 

Heinkel He 60, Germany, 1932 , Sea based reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Blackburn B 6 Shark Mk. II, United Kingdom, 1933 , Torpedobomber and sea surveillance aircraft 

 

 
 

Heinkel He 56, Germany, 1933 , Sea based reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Dornier Do 16, Germany, 1934 , Long range reconnaissance flying boat 

 

 
 

Fairey Swordfish Mk. II, United Kingdom, 1934 , Carrier based torpedo bomber 

 

 
 

Arado Ar 197, Germany, 1936 , Carrier based fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Arado Ar 95 A1, Germany, 1936 , Seabased bomber and torpedo attack a/c 

 

 
 

Brewster SBN, Australia, 1936 , Carrier based scout-bomber / -trainer 

 

 
 

Curtiss SBC 4 Helldiver, USA, 1936 , Carrier based dive bomber 

 

 
 

Grumman F 2 F, USA, 1936 , Carrier based fighter 

 

 
 

Blackburn B 24 Skua Mk II, United Kingdom, 1937 , Carrier-based fighter and attack plane 

 

The Skua was the first monowing fighter of the Royal Navy. Some 190 were build, but as early as 1941 it was redrawn from active duty.

 
 

Consolidated PB2Y Coronado, USA, 1937 , Long range flying boat bomber 

 

 
 

Fairey Battle Mk.I, United Kingdom, 1937 , Light Bomber 

 

The Battle did take over the light bomber role from biplanes like the Hart and Hind from the mid-30ies. At the beginning of the war performance nor fire- power were sufficient to survive fighter attacks, so it was withdrawn from active service.

 
 

Fairey Fulmar Mk I, United Kingdom, 1937 , Carrier-based fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Arado Ar 195, Germany, 1938 , carrier based torpedo bomber and tactical recconnaissance 

 

 
 

Blackburn B 25 Roc, United Kingdom, 1938 , Trainer, Target tug 

 

The Roc was developed from the Skua. It should be a carrier-based aircraft which could kill unfriendly bombers with a broadside. It was too slow, so the Roc became a trainer and target tug with the RN and RAF instead.

 
 

Brewster F 2 A Buffalo, Australia, 1938 , Carrier based fighter aircraft 

 

 
 

Brewster B 239, Australia, 1938 , Carrier based fighter aircraft 

 

 
 

Brewster B 339, Australia, 1938 , Carrier based fighter aircraft 

 

 
 

Bristol Type 152 Beaufort, United Kingdom, 1938 , Torpedobomber 

 

 
 

Curtiss SC 1 Seahawk, USA, 1938 , Reconnissance and ASW 

 

 
 

Douglas SBD 5 Dauntless, USA, 1938 , Carrier based dive bomber 

 

 
 

Fairey Albacore, United Kingdom, 1938 , Carrier-based torpedo bomber 

 

 
 

Fieseler Fi 167, Germany, 1938 , Carrier based combat aircraft 

 

 
 

Focke Achgelis FA 330 Bachstelze, Germany, 1938 , Unpowered rotary wing aircraft for use from submarines 

 

By the low height of submarines, the observation radius of subs was very limited. The Bachstelze should carry an observer into a better observation position, so the radius was greatly enhanced. The Bachstelze is without propulsion so it was dragged by the U-boat very much the same than today's paraglider being towed by boats at the beach. The Bachstelze's design allowed the crew to take her apart and stow it in the U-Boat. Every part was sized so it could pass the small hatches. A disadvantage was that when the U-Boot was attacked while the Bachstelze was outside, it's pilot and the apparatus was lost.

 
 

Hamburger Flugzeugbau Ha 140, Germany, 1938 , Sea based combat aircraft 

 

 
 

Lioré et Olivier LeO 130 M, France, 1938 , Multi purpose flying boat 

 

 
 

Vought OS 2 U Kingfisher, USA, 1938 , Ship based reconnaissance aircraft 

 

       

 

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