BRISTOL BULLDOG IIA


Bristol Bulldog


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Source: Great Britain

Acquired: Purchased, 1929, 1930

Type: Fighter

Engine: 440-hp Gnome-Rhone 9ASB or 440-hp Bristol Jupiter VII 9.

Dimensions
Length: 7.3 m
Wing Span: 10.33 m
Height: 2.68 m
Max Speed: 285 km/hr

Range:

Maximum Ceiling: 8950 m

Known Serial Numbers: 70, 71, 72, 73, 74K, 78K, 79, 80K, 81K, 82K, 83, 84.
Very briefly the first five Bulldogs were known as Bulldog 1, 2, 3, etc. but shortly thereafter (in August 1930) these were renumbered as 70, 71, 72K, 73K, and 74K.

Notes



Sources
- Andersons, Edgars Latvijas Brunotie Speki un to Prieksvesture
- Bruvelis, Edvins Latvijas Aviacijas Vesture
- Humberstone, R. (ed) Latvian Air Force 1918-1940
- Irbitis, Karlis Of Struggle and Flight
- Latvijas Kareivis February 5, 1920
- Additional information provided through correspondence with Alex Crawford.

Profiles courtesy of Arvo Vercamer
Additional research materials provided courtesy of M.Bukhman and E.Bruvelis




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