|Роля||Тренировъчни въздухоплавателни средства с двоен контрол|
|Първа лети||March 1917|
1. Спийкър V.2, sometimes anglicized to Spyker V.2 or Spyker-Trompenburg V.2, was a low powered, tandem seat biplane designed and built for the Dutch government for pilot training towards the end of World War I. More than seventy were built.
Източник: Spijker V.2 в Уикипедия
|Spijker Trompenburg V.2 Walk Around|
|Фотографи||Мейндерт дьо Вризе|
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The Spijker V.2 was a dual control training aircraft developed by the Dutch manufacturer Spijker (later known as Nederlandsche Automobiel en Vliegtuigfabriek Trompenburg) in 1917. It was a low-powered, two-seat biplane with a Thulin A rotary engine and a wooden fuselage. The Spijker V.2 was designed and built for the Dutch government for pilot training towards the end of World War I, when the Netherlands remained neutral. More than seventy Spijker V.2 aircraft were produced and used by the Army Aviation Group, the Dutch Naval Aviation Service and the KNIL until 1926. The Spijker V.2 was notable for its ability to perform aerobatic maneuvers such as loops on a small engine, and for being one of the first aircraft to have ailerons on both upper and lower wings.
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