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Images Dated 3rd November 2020

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Shorts S.20 Mercury G-ADHJ Featured 3 Nov 2020 Print

Shorts S.20 Mercury G-ADHJ

Shorts S.20 Mercury G-ADHJ of Imperial Airways Major Robert H. Mayo, the Technical General Manager at Imperial Airways, proposed mounting a small, long-range seaplane on top of a larger carrier aircraft, using the combined power of both to bring the smaller aircraft to operational height, at which time the two aircraft would separate, the carrier aircraft returning to base while the other flew on to its destination. Date: circa 1938

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Edo XOSE-1 75214 Featured 3 Nov 2020 Print

Edo XOSE-1 75214

Edo XOSE-1 75214 at Patuxent River Naval Air Station on the scrap dump. The Edo Aircraft Corporation was an established company that produced seaplane floats. In 1946, Edo designed its first aircraft, the Edo OSE. Two prototype aircraft (designated XOSE-1) were built and flown in 1946. The XOSE-1 was a single-seat low-wing cantilever monoplane with a single float and fixed wing-tip stabilizing floats. The wings could be folded for shipboard storage. The aircraft was designed for a variety of roles including observation and anti-submarine patrols. Unusually, it was designed to carry a rescue cell on the underwing hard-points, which would be capable of carrying a single person when used for air-sea rescue. Eight production aircraft (designated XOSE-1) were built to a United States Navy order but none were accepted into service. A two-seat training conversion was carried out as the XTE-1, but production TE-2 aircraft were cancelled. Date: circa 1950

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

United States Air Force - Convair VC-131H Samaritan 54-2815 Featured 3 Nov 2020 Print

United States Air Force - Convair VC-131H Samaritan 54-2815

United States Air Force - Convair VC-131H Samaritan 54-2815 (msn 217). Briefly on civil registry as N8448H with Convair. Delivered to the USAF as a VC-131D on 10 December 1954. Converted to VC-131H (Model 580 standard with Allison 501 turboprop engines) and transferred to the United States Navy in April 1979 but retained USAF serial. To Peruvian Police as PNP-025. Sold on civil market as N7146X, became N723ES, cancelled on 7 November 2007 on sale to owner in Canada, registered 17 January 2008 to the Ministry ofthe Environment, Province of Saskatchewan as C-GSKQ. Date: 1960s

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans