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Dayton-Wright XO-3

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

XO-3
Role Observation
National origin United States
Manufacturer Dayton-Wright
Status Cancelled

The Dayton-Wright XO-3 was an aircraft project developed by Dayton-Wright in 1924.[1]

Design and development

A contemporary of the successful Douglas O-2, it was an orthodox two seat biplane, powered by a 645 horsepower (481 kW) Wright T-3 V12 engine. The prototype, numbered 23-1254, built by Wright Aeronautical after the demise of Dayton-wright, was allocated the Wright field number P-376.[2][3][4][5]

Operational history

After trials at Wright Field the XO-3 was rejected and returned to Wright Aeronautical, where it saw service as an engine test-bed, primarily for the Wright R-1750 Cyclone, with the civil registration X-1087. Officially it was named Mohawk by Wright, but unofficially it received the sobriquet Iron Horse.[3]

Specifications (XO-3)

Data from General Dynamics Aircraft and Their Predecessors[1]

General characteristics

Performance

References

  1. ^ a b Wegg, John (1990). General Dynamics Aircraft and Their Predecessors. London: Putnam. p. 41. ISBN 9780851778334.
  2. ^ Andrade, John (1979). U.S. Military Aircraft Designations and Serials Since 1909. Earl Shilton: Midland Counties Publications. p. 137. ISBN 9780904597219.
  3. ^ a b Eckland, K.O. "Dayton-Wright". aerofiles.com. Retrieved 20 March 2018.
  4. ^ Eckland, K.O. "Dayton-Wright XO-3: photograph". Aerofiles. Retrieved 20 March 2018.
  5. ^ "Wright Field regs #4". aerofiles.com. Retrieved 20 March 2018.
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