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The Armstrong Whitworth Siskin was one of the first fighter aircraft to be ordered by the RAF after the end of World War I. Despite first flying in 1919 it did not enter squadron service until 1924. It was the first all metal aircraft to fly for the RAF and was known for its excellent acrobatic qualities.

Type: Single seat bi-plane fighter
Powerplant: 450 hp Siddeley Jaguar IVA Radial
Maximum Speed: 156 mph
Maximum Altitude: c 27,000 feet
Range: c 300 miles
Armament: 2x forward firing .303/7.7 mm Vickers machine gun.



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