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Supermarine S14/44 aircraft

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Hi,

the Supermarine S14/44 proposal was submitted to this Spec.
for amphibian flying boat,the aircraft was powered by Griffon
engine.
http://www.flightglobal.com/PDFArchive/View/1946/1946%20-%201786.html
 

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This is an early drawing of what became the Supermarine Type 381
(Seagull ASR Mk.I)
 

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Here is an alternate design for the Supermarine Seagull that was rejected by the Royal Navy. It featured a butterfly tail (V-tail).
 

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Interesting Star !
Any idea of it's origins..?
 

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lark said:
Any idea of it's origins..?

Sure. This appeared in My Apprenticeship at Supermarine 1949-1954, a talk/presentation given by John Thompson at the Southampton Model Aeroplane Club (SMAC) meeting on 30th January 2013.

http://www.southamptonmac.org.uk/jt_home_page_40.html
 

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Welcome abaord MrWidgeon,

it's hard to find,but I will search.
 

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found online
 

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