Berliner-Joyce OJ-2


In 1930, Berliner/Joyce came out with the OJ-2, a much more conventional and successful observation airplane for the U. S. Navy.

Thirty-nine OJ-2 were delivered to Scouting Five and Scouting Six Squadrons, and were operated from catapults on light cruisers until 1935.

The OJ-2 was by far, the most successful of Berliner/ Joyce aircraft.