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Talleres Nacionales De Construcciones Aeronauticas Azcarate E

Azcarate E

In 1928, the National Aviation Shops produced two sesquiplanes to the designs of Brig Gen Juan F Azcarate, who had assumed command of Mexican Army Aviation, these, the Azearate OE-1 light bomber and recon-naissance aircraft and the Azearate E trainer, both entering limited production at Balbuena, three of the former and 10 of the latter being built in 1929.
The Azcarate E is primarily of wooden construction, the cew of two in tandem with full dual controls. A single 0.30in machine gun was mounted in the rear cockpit.
Serveral squadrons were equipped with the type until the mid-1940s, still serving with the Mecican School of Military Aviation.
Engine: Wright J-5, 220 hp
Max speed: 100 mph
Cruise: 82 mph


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