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Ansaldo S.V.A.10
 
 
Also produced in 1917, the Ansaldo S.V.A.9 and S.V.A.10 were two-seater variations of the Ansaldo S.V.A.5. The Ansaldo S.V.A.9 was an unarmed trainer with dual controls whilst the Ansaldo S.V.A.10 was armed with machine guns and used for reconnaissance and light bombing towards the end of World War I.
 
Ansaldo S.V.A.9 and S.V.A.10 Specifications
Country: Italy
Manufacturer: Società Giovanni Ansaldo
Type: Trainer (S.V.A.9)
Reconnaissance/light bomber (S.V.A.10)
Entered Service: 1918
Number Built:  
Engine: SPA 6A, 6-cylinder, liquid cooled inline, 220 hp
Wing Span: 29 ft 10¼ in (9.1 m)
Length: 26 ft 7 in (8.1 m)
Height: 9 ft 7 in (2.92 m)
Empty Weight:
Gross Weight: 2,293 lb (1,040 kg)
Max Speed: 137 mph (218.8 km/h)
Ceiling: 16,405 ft (5,000 m)
Endurance: 4 hours
Crew: 2
Armament: 2 machine guns (S.V.A.10)
198 lb (90 kg) of bombs
 
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