19 results found
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Collection:Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego
Photo Date:23 May 2023
Photo by:WalAndPlContact
Photo ID:589752Submit Correction
View count: 98
Registration / Serial:D-IRIK
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk II
C/n (msn):H.81
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Photo Date:23 May 2023
Photo by:WalAndPlContact
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Collection:Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego
Photo Date:23 May 2023
Photo by:WalAndPlContact
Photo ID:589752Submit Correction
View count: 98
Registration / Serial:D-IRIK
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk II
C/n (msn):H.81
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Photo Date:23 May 2023
Photo by:WalAndPlContact
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown State, United States
Photo Date:April 1932
Photo from:William T. Larkins Collection
Photo ID:564004Submit Correction
View count: 476
This is the only P-23 built. Curtiss retained the last P-6E Hawk (32-278) at their factory, and completed it with a new monocoque aluminum fuselage. Also new were the nose, tail surfaces and landing gear. It was fitted with a turbo-supercharged G1V-1570-C engine with a 3-bladed prop. The new aircraft was delivered on 16 April 1932 and designated XP-23 (Curtiss model 63). It was redesignated YP-23 when the turbo-supercharger was removed. Unfortunately by then the USAAC had lost interest in biplane designs, and no orders were placed. The YP-23 was dropped from USAAC inventory in January 1936. Official USAAC photo.
Registration / Serial:32-278
Aircraft Version:Curtiss XP-23
C/n (msn):11614
Operator Titles:USA - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown State, United States
Photo Date:April 1932
Photo from:William T. Larkins Collection
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown State, United States
Photo Date:April 1932
Photo from:William T. Larkins Collection
Photo ID:564004Submit Correction
View count: 476
This is the only P-23 built. Curtiss retained the last P-6E Hawk (32-278) at their factory, and completed it with a new monocoque aluminum fuselage. Also new were the nose, tail surfaces and landing gear. It was fitted with a turbo-supercharged G1V-1570-C engine with a 3-bladed prop. The new aircraft was delivered on 16 April 1932 and designated XP-23 (Curtiss model 63). It was redesignated YP-23 when the turbo-supercharger was removed. Unfortunately by then the USAAC had lost interest in biplane designs, and no orders were placed. The YP-23 was dropped from USAAC inventory in January 1936. Official USAAC photo.
Registration / Serial:32-278
Aircraft Version:Curtiss XP-23
C/n (msn):11614
Operator Titles:USA - Air Force
Location:Not known
Region / Country:Unknown State, United States
Photo Date:April 1932
Photo from:William T. Larkins Collection
City / Airport:Pensacola - NAS / Forrest Sherman Field (KNPA / NPA)Map
Region / Country:Florida, United States
Collection:National Museum of Naval Aviation
Photo Date:31 May 2013
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
Photo ID:489152Submit Correction
View count: 151
The F6C-1 was first TOC by the USN in March 1925. Although the contract called for delivery of ten F6C-1, only seven were actually flown as such, with the others modified with tailhooks and designated F6C-2s. These first Hawks participated in early successful trials of dive-bombing, the sturdier metal construction on the leading edge of their wings allowing pilots to dive at angles as great as 70 degrees. The museum's replica example of the F6C-1 was acquired from Chico, California, in 1986.
Registration / Serial:A-6969
Alternate Registration:N6969
Aircraft Version:Curtiss F6C-1 Hawk (replica)
C/n (msn):60
Operator Titles:USA - Navy
City / Airport:Pensacola - NAS / Forrest Sherman Field (KNPA / NPA)Map
Region / Country:Florida, United States
Photo Date:31 May 2013
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
City / Airport:Pensacola - NAS / Forrest Sherman Field (KNPA / NPA)Map
Region / Country:Florida, United States
Collection:National Museum of Naval Aviation
Photo Date:31 May 2013
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
Photo ID:489152Submit Correction
View count: 151
The F6C-1 was first TOC by the USN in March 1925. Although the contract called for delivery of ten F6C-1, only seven were actually flown as such, with the others modified with tailhooks and designated F6C-2s. These first Hawks participated in early successful trials of dive-bombing, the sturdier metal construction on the leading edge of their wings allowing pilots to dive at angles as great as 70 degrees. The museum's replica example of the F6C-1 was acquired from Chico, California, in 1986.
Registration / Serial:A-6969
Alternate Registration:N6969
Aircraft Version:Curtiss F6C-1 Hawk (replica)
C/n (msn):60
Operator Titles:USA - Navy
City / Airport:Pensacola - NAS / Forrest Sherman Field (KNPA / NPA)Map
Region / Country:Florida, United States
Photo Date:31 May 2013
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Collection:Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego
Photo Date:6 February 2022
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
Photo ID:438463Submit Correction
View count: 281
This Hawk II was built in 1933 and transported by liner SS Europa from the USA to Germany. It firstly became D-3164 and then D-IRIK in April 1934. For the next four years it was the personal plane of the famous Ernst Udet, later Generaloberst of Luftwaffe, and flown during the opening ceremony of the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. After 1937 it was displayed in Herman Göring's private collection, the Deutsche Luftfahrtsammlung, in Berlin but was damaged during an air raid in November 1943. The collection was evacuated to occupied Poland and in 1963 the remnants became part of this great museum.
Registration / Serial:D-IRIK
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk II
C/n (msn):H.81
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Photo Date:6 February 2022
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Collection:Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego
Photo Date:6 February 2022
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
Photo ID:438463Submit Correction
View count: 281
This Hawk II was built in 1933 and transported by liner SS Europa from the USA to Germany. It firstly became D-3164 and then D-IRIK in April 1934. For the next four years it was the personal plane of the famous Ernst Udet, later Generaloberst of Luftwaffe, and flown during the opening ceremony of the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. After 1937 it was displayed in Herman Göring's private collection, the Deutsche Luftfahrtsammlung, in Berlin but was damaged during an air raid in November 1943. The collection was evacuated to occupied Poland and in 1963 the remnants became part of this great museum.
Registration / Serial:D-IRIK
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk II
C/n (msn):H.81
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Photo Date:6 February 2022
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Collection:Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego
Photo Date:23 August 2015
Photo by:Erik FrikkeContact
Photo ID:425916Submit Correction
View count: 167
Registration / Serial:D-IRIK
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk II
C/n (msn):H.81
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Photo Date:23 August 2015
Photo by:Erik FrikkeContact
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Collection:Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego
Photo Date:23 August 2015
Photo by:Erik FrikkeContact
Photo ID:425916Submit Correction
View count: 167
Registration / Serial:D-IRIK
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk II
C/n (msn):H.81
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Photo Date:23 August 2015
Photo by:Erik FrikkeContact
Registration / Serial:C-319
Aircraft Original Type:Curtiss Hawk I
Aircraft Generic Type:Curtiss Hawk I/II
Aircraft Version:Curtiss P-6 Hawk I
Licence-built by:Aviolanda
C/n (msn):Not known
Operator Titles:Netherlands - Air Force
City / Airport:Utrecht - Soesterberg (EHSB / UTC)Map
Country:Netherlands
Collection:Nationaal Militair Museum - NMM
Photo Date:12 August 2015
Photo by:Mick BajcarContact
Photo ID:406120Submit Correction
View count: 171
Registration / Serial:C-319
Aircraft Version:Curtiss P-6 Hawk I
C/n (msn):Not known
Operator Titles:Netherlands - Air Force
City / Airport:Utrecht - Soesterberg (EHSB / UTC)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:12 August 2015
Photo by:Mick BajcarContact
Registration / Serial:C-319
Aircraft Original Type:Curtiss Hawk I
Aircraft Generic Type:Curtiss Hawk I/II
Aircraft Version:Curtiss P-6 Hawk I
Licence-built by:Aviolanda
C/n (msn):Not known
Operator Titles:Netherlands - Air Force
City / Airport:Utrecht - Soesterberg (EHSB / UTC)Map
Country:Netherlands
Collection:Nationaal Militair Museum - NMM
Photo Date:12 August 2015
Photo by:Mick BajcarContact
Photo ID:406120Submit Correction
View count: 171
Registration / Serial:C-319
Aircraft Version:Curtiss P-6 Hawk I
C/n (msn):Not known
Operator Titles:Netherlands - Air Force
City / Airport:Utrecht - Soesterberg (EHSB / UTC)Map
Country:Netherlands
Photo Date:12 August 2015
Photo by:Mick BajcarContact
Registration / Serial:N606PE
Military Code:60
Aircraft Original Type:Curtiss Hawk I
Aircraft Generic Type:Curtiss Hawk I/II
Aircraft Version:Curtiss P-6E Replica
C/n (msn):32-260
Display Paint:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Oshkosh - Wittman Regional (KOSH / OSH)Map
Region / Country:Wisconsin, United States
Event:EAA Fly-In Convention 1993
Photo Date:August 1993
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Photo ID:359943Submit Correction
View count: 175
This P-6E replica was built by Ralph Resnick. Mr. Resnick was able to incorporate surviving wing parts from P-6E S/N 32-260 into his build. This a/c is on display at the EAA Aviation Museum and still has a current FAA registration of N606PE.
Registration / Serial:N606PE
Aircraft Version:Curtiss P-6E Replica
C/n (msn):32-260
Display Paint:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Oshkosh - Wittman Regional (KOSH / OSH)Map
Region / Country:Wisconsin, United States
Photo Date:August 1993
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Registration / Serial:N606PE
Military Code:60
Aircraft Original Type:Curtiss Hawk I
Aircraft Generic Type:Curtiss Hawk I/II
Aircraft Version:Curtiss P-6E Replica
C/n (msn):32-260
Display Paint:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Oshkosh - Wittman Regional (KOSH / OSH)Map
Region / Country:Wisconsin, United States
Event:EAA Fly-In Convention 1993
Photo Date:August 1993
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Photo ID:359943Submit Correction
View count: 175
This P-6E replica was built by Ralph Resnick. Mr. Resnick was able to incorporate surviving wing parts from P-6E S/N 32-260 into his build. This a/c is on display at the EAA Aviation Museum and still has a current FAA registration of N606PE.
Registration / Serial:N606PE
Aircraft Version:Curtiss P-6E Replica
C/n (msn):32-260
Display Paint:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Oshkosh - Wittman Regional (KOSH / OSH)Map
Region / Country:Wisconsin, United States
Photo Date:August 1993
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Registration / Serial:A7404
Aircraft Original Type:Curtiss Hawk I
Aircraft Generic Type:Curtiss Hawk I/II
Aircraft Version:Curtiss F6C-1 Hawk (replica)
C/n (msn):A7404
Operator Titles:USA - Marines
City / Area:Tucson / Pima Museum [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Arizona, United States
Collection:Pima Air and Space Museum
Photo Date:28 November 2018
Photo by:John OlafsonContact
Photo ID:342775Submit Correction
View count: 320
Painted in the 1931 markings of Marine Fighter Squadron 10 (VF-10M) Naval Air Station San Diego.
Registration / Serial:A7404
Aircraft Version:Curtiss F6C-1 Hawk (replica)
C/n (msn):A7404
Operator Titles:USA - Marines
City / Area:Tucson / Pima Museum [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Arizona, United States
Photo Date:28 November 2018
Photo by:John OlafsonContact
Registration / Serial:A7404
Aircraft Original Type:Curtiss Hawk I
Aircraft Generic Type:Curtiss Hawk I/II
Aircraft Version:Curtiss F6C-1 Hawk (replica)
C/n (msn):A7404
Operator Titles:USA - Marines
City / Area:Tucson / Pima Museum [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Arizona, United States
Collection:Pima Air and Space Museum
Photo Date:28 November 2018
Photo by:John OlafsonContact
Photo ID:342775Submit Correction
View count: 320
Painted in the 1931 markings of Marine Fighter Squadron 10 (VF-10M) Naval Air Station San Diego.
Registration / Serial:A7404
Aircraft Version:Curtiss F6C-1 Hawk (replica)
C/n (msn):A7404
Operator Titles:USA - Marines
City / Area:Tucson / Pima Museum [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Arizona, United States
Photo Date:28 November 2018
Photo by:John OlafsonContact
City / Airport:Pensacola - NAS / Forrest Sherman Field (KNPA / NPA)Map
Region / Country:Florida, United States
Collection:National Museum of Naval Aviation
Photo Date:14 October 2015
Photo by:PhilContact
Photo ID:299963Submit Correction
View count: 435
Registration / Serial:A-6969
Alternate Registration:N6969
Aircraft Version:Curtiss F6C-1 Hawk (replica)
C/n (msn):60
Operator Titles:USA - Navy
City / Airport:Pensacola - NAS / Forrest Sherman Field (KNPA / NPA)Map
Region / Country:Florida, United States
Photo Date:14 October 2015
Photo by:PhilContact
City / Airport:Pensacola - NAS / Forrest Sherman Field (KNPA / NPA)Map
Region / Country:Florida, United States
Collection:National Museum of Naval Aviation
Photo Date:14 October 2015
Photo by:PhilContact
Photo ID:299963Submit Correction
View count: 435
Registration / Serial:A-6969
Alternate Registration:N6969
Aircraft Version:Curtiss F6C-1 Hawk (replica)
C/n (msn):60
Operator Titles:USA - Navy
City / Airport:Pensacola - NAS / Forrest Sherman Field (KNPA / NPA)Map
Region / Country:Florida, United States
Photo Date:14 October 2015
Photo by:PhilContact
Registration / Serial:N90DS
Alternate Serial:AC32-240
Military Code:40
Aircraft Original Type:Curtiss Hawk I
Aircraft Generic Type:Curtiss Hawk I/II
Aircraft Version:Curtiss/Sauser P-6 Hawk (replica)
C/n (msn):1
Display Paint:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Riverside - March ARB (KRIV / RIV)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Collection:March Field Air Museum
Photo Date:23 September 2018
Photo by:PhilContact
Photo ID:266722Submit Correction
View count: 164
This is a 7/8th scale replica built by Donald J Sauser in 1997. It is powered by a Chevrolet V-8 engine.
Registration / Serial:N90DS
Alternate Serial:AC32-240
Aircraft Version:Curtiss/Sauser P-6 Hawk (replica)
C/n (msn):1
Display Paint:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Riverside - March ARB (KRIV / RIV)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:23 September 2018
Photo by:PhilContact
Registration / Serial:N90DS
Alternate Serial:AC32-240
Military Code:40
Aircraft Original Type:Curtiss Hawk I
Aircraft Generic Type:Curtiss Hawk I/II
Aircraft Version:Curtiss/Sauser P-6 Hawk (replica)
C/n (msn):1
Display Paint:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Riverside - March ARB (KRIV / RIV)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Collection:March Field Air Museum
Photo Date:23 September 2018
Photo by:PhilContact
Photo ID:266722Submit Correction
View count: 164
This is a 7/8th scale replica built by Donald J Sauser in 1997. It is powered by a Chevrolet V-8 engine.
Registration / Serial:N90DS
Alternate Serial:AC32-240
Aircraft Version:Curtiss/Sauser P-6 Hawk (replica)
C/n (msn):1
Display Paint:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Riverside - March ARB (KRIV / RIV)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:23 September 2018
Photo by:PhilContact
City / Airport:Washington - Dulles International (KIAD / IAD)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Collection:National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian) - Udvar-Hazy Center
Photo Date:8 October 2015
Photo by:PhilContact
Photo ID:236819Submit Correction
View count: 187
Registration / Serial:N982V
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk I-A
C/n (msn):1
City / Airport:Washington - Dulles International (KIAD / IAD)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Photo Date:8 October 2015
Photo by:PhilContact
City / Airport:Washington - Dulles International (KIAD / IAD)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Collection:National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian) - Udvar-Hazy Center
Photo Date:8 October 2015
Photo by:PhilContact
Photo ID:236819Submit Correction
View count: 187
Registration / Serial:N982V
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk I-A
C/n (msn):1
City / Airport:Washington - Dulles International (KIAD / IAD)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Photo Date:8 October 2015
Photo by:PhilContact
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Collection:Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego
Photo Date:4 July 2018
Photo by:Kas van ZonneveldContact
Photo ID:217283Submit Correction
View count: 178
Registration / Serial:D-IRIK
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk II
C/n (msn):H.81
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Photo Date:4 July 2018
Photo by:Kas van ZonneveldContact
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Collection:Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego
Photo Date:4 July 2018
Photo by:Kas van ZonneveldContact
Photo ID:217283Submit Correction
View count: 178
Registration / Serial:D-IRIK
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk II
C/n (msn):H.81
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Photo Date:4 July 2018
Photo by:Kas van ZonneveldContact
Registration / Serial:C-319
Aircraft Original Type:Curtiss Hawk I
Aircraft Generic Type:Curtiss Hawk I/II
Aircraft Version:Curtiss P-6 Hawk I
Licence-built by:Aviolanda
C/n (msn):Not known
Operator Titles:Netherlands East Indies - Air Force
City / Airport:Bandung - Husein Sastranegara (WICC / BDO)Map
Country:Indonesia
Photo Date:1932 to 1938
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:204893Submit Correction
View count: 1188
The NEI army air force bought eight P-6 Hawk I fighters in the USA in 1929. A second batch of eight, including this aircraft, was built by Aviolanda in Holland. Large tropical radiators were fitted. On the fuselage is the name of pilot Sgt Troost. The c/n of this aircraft is incorrectly reported as '32-276'. Photo from: Wereldmuseum
Registration / Serial:C-319
Aircraft Version:Curtiss P-6 Hawk I
C/n (msn):Not known
Operator Titles:Netherlands East Indies - Air Force
City / Airport:Bandung - Husein Sastranegara (WICC / BDO)Map
Country:Indonesia
Photo Date:1932 to 1938
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:C-319
Aircraft Original Type:Curtiss Hawk I
Aircraft Generic Type:Curtiss Hawk I/II
Aircraft Version:Curtiss P-6 Hawk I
Licence-built by:Aviolanda
C/n (msn):Not known
Operator Titles:Netherlands East Indies - Air Force
City / Airport:Bandung - Husein Sastranegara (WICC / BDO)Map
Country:Indonesia
Photo Date:1932 to 1938
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:204893Submit Correction
View count: 1188
The NEI army air force bought eight P-6 Hawk I fighters in the USA in 1929. A second batch of eight, including this aircraft, was built by Aviolanda in Holland. Large tropical radiators were fitted. On the fuselage is the name of pilot Sgt Troost. The c/n of this aircraft is incorrectly reported as '32-276'. Photo from: Wereldmuseum
Registration / Serial:C-319
Aircraft Version:Curtiss P-6 Hawk I
C/n (msn):Not known
Operator Titles:Netherlands East Indies - Air Force
City / Airport:Bandung - Husein Sastranegara (WICC / BDO)Map
Country:Indonesia
Photo Date:1932 to 1938
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Washington - Dulles International (KIAD / IAD)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Collection:National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian) - Udvar-Hazy Center
Photo Date:20 April 2004
Photo by:R.A.Scholefield
Photo ID:147118Submit Correction
View count: 162
Ex NR636E
Registration / Serial:N982V
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk I-A
C/n (msn):1
City / Airport:Washington - Dulles International (KIAD / IAD)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Photo Date:20 April 2004
Photo by:R.A.Scholefield
City / Airport:Washington - Dulles International (KIAD / IAD)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Collection:National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian) - Udvar-Hazy Center
Photo Date:20 April 2004
Photo by:R.A.Scholefield
Photo ID:147118Submit Correction
View count: 162
Ex NR636E
Registration / Serial:N982V
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk I-A
C/n (msn):1
City / Airport:Washington - Dulles International (KIAD / IAD)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Photo Date:20 April 2004
Photo by:R.A.Scholefield
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Collection:Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego
Photo Date:27 July 2005
Photo by:Mick BajcarContact
Photo ID:146832Submit Correction
View count: 152
This gem of an aircraft is part of the marvellous Polish Aviation Museum. It flew at the opening of the 1936 Olympics in Berlin.
Registration / Serial:D-IRIK
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk II
C/n (msn):H.81
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Photo Date:27 July 2005
Photo by:Mick BajcarContact
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Collection:Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego
Photo Date:27 July 2005
Photo by:Mick BajcarContact
Photo ID:146832Submit Correction
View count: 152
This gem of an aircraft is part of the marvellous Polish Aviation Museum. It flew at the opening of the 1936 Olympics in Berlin.
Registration / Serial:D-IRIK
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk II
C/n (msn):H.81
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Photo Date:27 July 2005
Photo by:Mick BajcarContact
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Collection:Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego
Photo Date:5 March 2015
Photo by:Juhani SipiläContact
Photo ID:120027Submit Correction
View count: 477
This aircraft flew at the opening of the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. [Nikon D300s + Tokina 12-24mm/4]
Registration / Serial:D-IRIK
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk II
C/n (msn):H.81
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Photo Date:5 March 2015
Photo by:Juhani SipiläContact
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Collection:Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego
Photo Date:5 March 2015
Photo by:Juhani SipiläContact
Photo ID:120027Submit Correction
View count: 477
This aircraft flew at the opening of the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. [Nikon D300s + Tokina 12-24mm/4]
Registration / Serial:D-IRIK
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk II
C/n (msn):H.81
City / Airport:Kraków - Rakowice-Czyzyny (EPKC) (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Photo Date:5 March 2015
Photo by:Juhani SipiläContact
City / Airport:Washington - Dulles International (KIAD / IAD)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Collection:National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian) - Udvar-Hazy Center
Photo Date:7 April 2015
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
Photo ID:98007Submit Correction
View count: 218
The 1A "Gulfhawk" is a one-off aeroplane comprising an amalgamation between the Curtiss Navy F6C-4 and the Army P-1 Hawk with a Wright Cyclone engine. The aircraft was primarily used to promote military aviation to the public during the inter-war years and is now on display at the NASM Udvar-Hazy Center.
Registration / Serial:N982V
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk I-A
C/n (msn):1
City / Airport:Washington - Dulles International (KIAD / IAD)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Photo Date:7 April 2015
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
City / Airport:Washington - Dulles International (KIAD / IAD)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Collection:National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian) - Udvar-Hazy Center
Photo Date:7 April 2015
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
Photo ID:98007Submit Correction
View count: 218
The 1A "Gulfhawk" is a one-off aeroplane comprising an amalgamation between the Curtiss Navy F6C-4 and the Army P-1 Hawk with a Wright Cyclone engine. The aircraft was primarily used to promote military aviation to the public during the inter-war years and is now on display at the NASM Udvar-Hazy Center.
Registration / Serial:N982V
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk I-A
C/n (msn):1
City / Airport:Washington - Dulles International (KIAD / IAD)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Photo Date:7 April 2015
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:20 August 2013
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
Photo ID:65970Submit Correction
View count: 308
The only original P-6E extant and is on display at the National Museum of the USAF in the colours and markings of the aircraft assigned to Capt. Ross G. Hoyt, Commanding Officer of the 17th Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, based at Selfridge Field, MI in 1933.
Registration / Serial:32-240
Aircraft Version:Curtiss P-6E Hawk
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:20 August 2013
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:20 August 2013
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
Photo ID:65970Submit Correction
View count: 308
The only original P-6E extant and is on display at the National Museum of the USAF in the colours and markings of the aircraft assigned to Capt. Ross G. Hoyt, Commanding Officer of the 17th Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, based at Selfridge Field, MI in 1933.
Registration / Serial:32-240
Aircraft Version:Curtiss P-6E Hawk
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:20 August 2013
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
City / Airport:Washington - Dulles International (KIAD / IAD)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Collection:National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian) - Udvar-Hazy Center
Photo Date:1 May 2016
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Photo ID:24541Submit Correction
View count: 146
Built in 1929 as the Curtiss Long-Distance Hawk I demonstrator, a variant of the P-6E fighter, and registered NR636E. Rebuilt after a crash as the Hawk IA and delivered to aerobatic pilot Al Williams as NR982V in August 1930. Named Gulfhawk and painted orange when Williams was contracted by Gulf Oil in 1933. Replaced by the Grumman G-22 Gulfhawk II in 1936. Restored from 1958-62 and subsequently flown by Hollywood stunt pilot Frank Tallman. Donated to the NASM in 1969.
Registration / Serial:N982V
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk I-A
C/n (msn):1
City / Airport:Washington - Dulles International (KIAD / IAD)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Photo Date:1 May 2016
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
City / Airport:Washington - Dulles International (KIAD / IAD)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Collection:National Air and Space Museum (Smithsonian) - Udvar-Hazy Center
Photo Date:1 May 2016
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Photo ID:24541Submit Correction
View count: 146
Built in 1929 as the Curtiss Long-Distance Hawk I demonstrator, a variant of the P-6E fighter, and registered NR636E. Rebuilt after a crash as the Hawk IA and delivered to aerobatic pilot Al Williams as NR982V in August 1930. Named Gulfhawk and painted orange when Williams was contracted by Gulf Oil in 1933. Replaced by the Grumman G-22 Gulfhawk II in 1936. Restored from 1958-62 and subsequently flown by Hollywood stunt pilot Frank Tallman. Donated to the NASM in 1969.
Registration / Serial:N982V
Aircraft Version:Curtiss Hawk I-A
C/n (msn):1
City / Airport:Washington - Dulles International (KIAD / IAD)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Photo Date:1 May 2016
Photo by:Peter de JongContact