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The Armstrong-Whitworth F.K.10 was a two-seat quadruplane built for fighting and bombing. Like its predecessor, the F.K.9, it was a poor performer with serious design flaws. Of the fifty aircraft ordered by the Royal Naval Air Service, only eight were delivered.
 
Armstrong-Whitworth F.K.10 Specifications
Country: Great Britain
Manufacturer: Armstrong, Whitworth and Company, Limited
Type: Fighter/Bomber
First Introduced: 1916
Number Built: 8
Engine(s): Clerget 9B, 95kW
Wing Span: [8.48 m]
Length: [6.78 m]
Height: [3.5 m]
Empty Weight: [560 kg]
Gross Weight: [916 kg]
Max Speed: [153 km/h]
Ceiling:
Endurance: 2.5 hours
Crew: 2
Armament: 2 machine guns, 7.7 mm
 
Armstrong-Whitworth F.K.10 Units
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