Aircraft Recognition No. 3, Vol. 1

Vol. I .-No. 3 AIRCRAFT THE Solutions to the Recognition Tests in A.R.No. 2 NO. 8 (FLYING PHOTO GRAPHS) :44. Mitchell 54. Whitley 63. Flamingo 45. Ju 87b 55. Me 11064. Hurricane 46. Piper Cub 56. Stirling 65. Liberator II 47. Mentor 57. Oxford 66. Ju 52/3m 48.- Henley 58. Fortress II 67. Albacore 49. Beaufort 59. Kingfisher 68. Oxford 50. Halifax II 60. Me 109k 69. Wellington II 51. Master II 61. Lancaster 70. Boeing 247n 52. Mustang 62. Fw 19071. Ju 8853. Roc NO. 9 (“R ECO G N ITO S ”):1 Fraulein Focke 2 Herm ann 3. Harry Hurric W ulf 190 Heinkcl 111 NO. 10 (SILHOUETTES) :1. Mitchell 6. Vigilant 11. Kingfisher 2. Flamingo 7. Fw 18912. RE. 20013. Halifax II 8. Goose 13. Botha 4. Sunderland 9. G otha Go242 14. Chesapeake 5. M artlet 10. Bv 138b 15. Lancaster I 16. Ju 87b 23. Hudson 30. Avenger 17. Whirlwind 24. Mustang 31. H otspur II 18. Lysander 25. Anson 32. He 17719. Mohawk 26. Northrop N-3PB 33. Do 2420. Beaufort 27. Fortress I 34. Wellington II 21. Baltimore 28. Mariner 35. Dauntless 22. Kurier 29. Oxford 36. Curtiss Helidiver 3.11 (SILHOUETTES) :1. G otha Go242 14. Albacore 26. Mariner 2. Albatross 15. Kingfisher 27. Whirlwind 3. Maryland 16. Coronado 28. Fiat C.R.42 4. Dominie 17. Dauntless 29. D ornier Do24 5. Argus 18. Mitchell 30. Storch 6. Hurricane lie 19. Havoc II 31. H otspur II 7. Ca. 31220. Blenheim IV 32. RE. 20018. Henschel Hsl26 2 l. Halifax II 33. Kurier 9. Lancaster I 22. Ju 87b 34. Curtiss Helidiver 10. He 17723. Fortress I 35. Kittyhawk I 11. Ju 88a 624. Northrop 36. Botha 12. Ventura N -3PB 37. Chesapeake 13. Piaggio P. 10825. Fw 18938. He 115 Solutions to Recognition Tests in this Issue Front Cover :Wellington 111. Wing Position: (Photographs)—p. 4, Whitley V p. 5, Liberator III. (Silhouettes)— Henschel 126, Ensign, Liberator III, M artlet, Spitfire, Bv 142. NO. 13 (KEY TO“ ALL-IN RAID ”):Read from left to right starting left-hand top corner. 1. Halifax 22. Ju 52/3m 43. Master II 2. Lancaster 23. A iracobra 44. Kittyhawk 3. Mitchell 24. Spitfire 45. Harvard 4. Sunderland 25. Whitley 46. Harvard 5. Do 2426. Auster 47. A iracobra 6. Wellington II 27. Battle 48. A iracobra 7. Battle 28. Mustang 49. Boston 8. Halifax 29. Master II 50. M artlet 9. Boeing 247d 30. Me 109e 51. Master II 10. Me 109e 31. Harvard 52. Battle 11. Stirling (centre) 53. M artlet 12. Hurricane 32. Harvard 54. Me 109e 13. Moth Minor (centre) 55. Boston 14. Lancaster 33. M e 109e 56. Beau fighter I 15. Aldon 34. Wellington 57. Master II 16. Condor 35. Wellington (centre) (centre o f page) 36. M artlet 58. Mustang 17. Harvard 1137. Battle 59. Liberator 18. Anson 38. Audax 60. Mustang 19. Ju 8839. Battle 61. Harvard 20. Harrow 40. Liberator 62. Mustang 21. M onospar 41. Boston 63. M artlet (centre) 42. Hurricane NO. 14 (SILLO GRAPHS) :Wellington 2. Spitfire VB 3. He 1154. Mustang 5. Kurier 6. Stirling 7. Liberator NO. 15 (FIGHTER 72. Me 109e 73. Mustang 74. Vengeance 75. Me 11076. Anson 8. H otspur 9. Harvard II 10. Flamingo 15.16.17.11. Macchi C.202 18.12. A r 196a 13. Reliant 14. Wellington P OIL T’S VIEWS) 77. Ju 8878. Fulm ar 79. Master II 80. Ju 5281. Albatross 19.20.82.83.84.85.86. Baltimore Manchester Kingfisher Kittyhawk Me 110 Boston III Boston III Fortress II Ju 88 He 111 He 111 NO. 18 (FOR MAT ION S): 1. Ham pdens 4. Fokker T .8-W 7. Ansons 2. Stirlings 5. Tomahawks 8. Spitfires Vb s 3. Oxfords 6. Blenheim IV s The Solutions to Tests Nos. 16,17 and 19 will appear in the December issue. Errata— In the October issue the solution to “Tails” No. 5 was incorrectly given as Tomahawk instead o f Mohawk, in Scale Sil­ houettes,Recognition Test No. 10, the head-on view o f the Vigilant (No. 6) was shown with a span o f 60 ft. instead o f 50 ft. 11 ins. In some instances, with enquiries for copies o f the Journal and other Recognition Material, money has been enclosed. Please note that all requests for material are forwarded to the competent authority. Under no circumstances can any official material be purchased, and no copies o f the Journal are for sale nor can they be supplied from the Editorial Offices or the Printers. THE EDITORIAL The Inter -Services Journal on Aircraft Recognition is published on the first o f each month. It is prepared and produced by an Editorial Committee in conjunction with the Aircraft Recognition Material Branch o f the Ministry o f Aircraft Production. The members o f the Editorial Committee are :Peter G. Masefield, M.A., A.F.R.Ae.S. (Chairman) Leonard Bridgman G .Geoffrey Smith, COMMITTEE M.B.E. D. Jenkins Sqd. Ldr. C.H. Blyth, R.A .F.V .C..R Charles T app H.and L. Gaunt. All contributions and communications should be addressed to The Inter- Services Journal on Aircraft Recognition, Ministry of Aircraft Production, Room 3003, Cooks Building, Stratton Street, London, W .l. Articles submitted for publication should not exceed 800 words in length. 7384/W t. 18634/Dmd.R710I/Gp.45-218. I25M .11/42 Printed under the authority o f H.M .Stationery Office by Samson Clark &Co., Ltd., Mortimer St., London, IV. 1 RECOGNITION INTER-SERVICES journal NOV EMBER ,1942
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