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Hawker Horsley. Aviation art prints my aviation artist Michael Turner.  The Hawker Horsley was the last wooden aircraft to be constructed by Hawker.  It was designed initially in 1923 but modified in 1925 to meet the need for torpedoes.  In January 1927, No.11 Squadron were equipped with Horsleys and then No.100 Squadron.  In 1928, No.33 and No.15 Squadron were also equipped with Horsleys.  The first torpedo bomber versions were used by No.36 squadron from June 1928, being sent to Singapore shortly thereafter.  No Horsleys were built after February 1934.

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Hawker Horsley by Michael Turner.


Hawker Horsley by Michael Turner.

The Hawker Horsley was the last wooden aircraft to be constructed by Hawker. It was designed initially in 1923 but modified in 1925 to meet the need for torpedoes. In January 1927, No.11 Squadron were equipped with Horsleys and then No.100 Squadron. In 1928, No.33 and No.15 Squadron were also equipped with Horsleys. The first torpedo bomber versions were used by No.36 squadron from June 1928, being sent to Singapore shortly thereafter. No Horsleys were built after February 1934.
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