The Martin MO was an American observation monoplane built by the Glenn L. Martin Company of Cleveland, Ohio for the United States Navy. In the early 1920s the United States Navy became interested in a thick aerofoil section cantilever wing United States military observation aircraft developed by the Dutch company Fokker. The Navy's Bureau of Aeronautics designed a three-seat observation monoplane to use a similar wing. Production of the aircraft, designated the MO-1, was contracted to the Glenn L. Martin Company with an order for 36 aircraft. The MO-1 was a shoulder-wing cantilever monoplane with a slab-sided fuselage and a fixed tailwheel landing gear. It had an all-metal structure with a fabric covering and was powered by a Curtiss D-12 engine. In 1924 one aircraft was fitted with a floa

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  • Le Martin MO est un hydravion à flotteurs d'observation militaire conçu et réalisé aux États-Unis dans les années 1920 pour les besoins de l'US Navy. (fr)
  • The Martin MO was an American observation monoplane built by the Glenn L. Martin Company of Cleveland, Ohio for the United States Navy. In the early 1920s the United States Navy became interested in a thick aerofoil section cantilever wing United States military observation aircraft developed by the Dutch company Fokker. The Navy's Bureau of Aeronautics designed a three-seat observation monoplane to use a similar wing. Production of the aircraft, designated the MO-1, was contracted to the Glenn L. Martin Company with an order for 36 aircraft. The MO-1 was a shoulder-wing cantilever monoplane with a slab-sided fuselage and a fixed tailwheel landing gear. It had an all-metal structure with a fabric covering and was powered by a Curtiss D-12 engine. In 1924 one aircraft was fitted with a float landing gear for evaluation. (en)
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  • Three
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  • 1924-12-14 (xsd:date)
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  • *List of military aircraft of the United States (naval)
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  • The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Aircraft , 1985, Orbis Publishing, Page 2419
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  • Observation monoplane
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  • Le Martin MO est un hydravion à flotteurs d'observation militaire conçu et réalisé aux États-Unis dans les années 1920 pour les besoins de l'US Navy. (fr)
  • The Martin MO was an American observation monoplane built by the Glenn L. Martin Company of Cleveland, Ohio for the United States Navy. In the early 1920s the United States Navy became interested in a thick aerofoil section cantilever wing United States military observation aircraft developed by the Dutch company Fokker. The Navy's Bureau of Aeronautics designed a three-seat observation monoplane to use a similar wing. Production of the aircraft, designated the MO-1, was contracted to the Glenn L. Martin Company with an order for 36 aircraft. The MO-1 was a shoulder-wing cantilever monoplane with a slab-sided fuselage and a fixed tailwheel landing gear. It had an all-metal structure with a fabric covering and was powered by a Curtiss D-12 engine. In 1924 one aircraft was fitted with a floa (en)
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  • Martin MO (fr)
  • Martin MO (en)
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