A history of the Seversky P-35 which was a US monoplane fighter built in the late 1930s; it featured an all-metal structure, cantilever wing and an enclosed cockpit.
A history of the Vought V-141 (which later became the V-143), a US prototype monoplane fighter which was sold to Japan, but ultimately never reached production.
A history of the Boeing P-29 which was a prototype monoplane fighter designed for the USAAC and its development before it was eventually scrapped.
A history of the Boeing F7B which was a prototype carrierborne fighter designed for the US Navy. It is considered to be one of the first generation ‘modern’ monoplane fighters.
A history of the Curtiss F13C, which was a US 1930s monoplane fighter designed for carrierborne operations, including the specifications of Curtiss XF13C-1.
A history of the Vickers Type 279 Venom, the high performance prototype monoplane fighter with eight fixed forward-firing machine guns, designed in the 1930s.
A history of the German Focke-Wulf Fw 159, the prototype monoplane fighter designed in the run-up to WW2, with details of its development and specifications.
A history of the British Supermarine Type 244 & Bristol Type 133 fighters, which were created as a response to the British Air Ministry’s Specification F/7/30, including their specifications.
History of the Douglas A2D Skyshark, the carrierborne, turboprop-powered warplane designed by the Douglas Corporation for the US Navy and its specifications.
History of the Douglas F4D Skyray (later known as the F-6 Skyray), the US carrierborne interceptor known for its high speed, rate of climb and manoeuvrability.