MARTINSYDE ADC.1


Martinsyde ADC.1 #61 Martinsyde ADC.1 #62 Martinsyde ADC.1 #16 Martinsyde ADC.1 #16 Martinsyde ADC

Martinsyde ADC.1 #11, 14, 21 Martinsyde ADC.1 #11, 14, 21 Martinsyde ADC.1 Lapins' fatal crash in Martinsyde ADC.1 #11 Augusts Lapins in the cockpit of a Martinsyde ADC.1

Martinsyde ADC #11 and #21

Source: ADC, Great Britain. One aircraft, no.62, appears to have been built in Latvia from the spare parts and the remains of damaged aircraft.

Acquired: August, 1926

Type: fighter

Engine: Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar 425 hp

Dimensions
Length: 7.66 m
Wing Span: 9.98 m
Height: 2.8 m
Max Speed: 261 km/hr

Range:

Maximum Ceiling: 3500 m

Known Serial Numbers: 11, 14 (14K), 15K, 16, 21, 24, 60. 61. 62, 64, 66 (In total, there were only ten aircraft, so obviously there has been some re-numbering of the original nine plus one rebuild)

Notes



Sources
- Bruvelis, Edvins Latvijas Aviacijas Vesture
- Irbitis, Karlis Of Struggle and Flight
- Sanger, Ray The Martinsyde File

Profile courtesy of Arvo Vercamer



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