Curtiss Wright CW-22

The prototype Curtiss Wright CW-22 two-seat low-wing general-purpose or advanced training monoplace was developed at the Curtiss-Wright St Louis factory in 1940. The two crew members were housed under a continuous glazed canopy, and the all-metal CW-22 showed its lineage by landing gear which had main units retracting rearward into underwing fairings as on the CW-21 single-seat interceptor. Powered by a 313kW Wright R-975 Whirlwind radial, 36 CW-22s were exported to the Netherlands East Indies, but due to the Japanese advance in that region were delivered to the Dutch in northern Australia during March 1942. The US Navy applied the designation SNC-1 Falcon to the type, a total of 305 being purchased in three batches of 150, 150 and 5 respectively. Source: Info: Wikipedia Profile: Wings Palette

Curtiss Wright CW-22
Roelf, Feb 1, 2010
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