As a army cooperation aircraft it carried a crew of two, although when it was used in covert operation the rear gunner, and gun, were left out in favour of a larger fuel tank and room for gear or a passenger. It was powered by the 655kW Bristol Mercury XII radial aircooled engine.It had a maximum speed of 220 mph (370km/h), a ceiling of 27,000 ft (8080m) and a range of 480 mi (800km). In it’s army cooperation role it was armed with up to three 0.303 machine guns (two in the wheel spats and one in the rear) or sixteen 9 kg bombs in racks attached to the wheel spats. As a covert operations plane it was armed only with forward firing guns, if at all.
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