/ Hawker Woodcock
The Hawker Woodcock was a British single seat fighter built by the Hawker Engineering Company as the first fighter to be produced by Hawker Engineering.
It was used by the RAF as a night fighter in the 1920s.
Woodcock Mk I
Single-seat night fighter prototype with two-bay equal-span wings and a 358hp Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar II engine, one built.
Woodcock Mk II
Single-seat night fighter for the RAF with a Bristol Jupiter IV engine and other design changes.
Single-seat fighter aircraft for Denmark with Jaguar IV engines and Madsen machine guns.
L.B II Dankok
Single-seat fighter aircraft for the Danish Army Air Service, and the Danish Naval Air Service.
Twelve built under licence at Danish Royal Naval Dockyard in Denmark.
25 ft 7 in (7.80 m)
34 ft 8 in (10.57 m)
9 ft 0 in (2.74 m)
356 sq ft (33.1 m2)
2,014 lb (914 kg)
2,979 lb (1,351 kg)
50 imp gal (60 US gal; 230 L)
1 × Bristol Jupiter IV 9-cylinder radial engine, 425 hp (317 kW)
141 mph (227 km/h, 123 kn) at sea level
103 mph (166 km/h, 90 kn)
280 mi (450 km, 240 nmi)
22,500 ft (6,900 m)
Time to altitude
8.3 min to 10,000 ft (3,000 m)
2 × .303 in (7.7 mm) Vickers machine guns on sides of fuselage.
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