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CANSA F.C.12

 

CANSA-FC12
CANSA FC.12

 

In 1940, C.A.N.S.A. produced two prototypes of the F.C.12 (first flown 1940), which was intended as a trainer for dive-bomber pilots but was also projected as a light attack bomber. The F.C.12 was a tandem two-seat monoplane powered by a 600-h.p. Fiat A.30 R.A. in-line engine. Armament comprised two 12.7-mm. guns in the fuselage and two 12.7-mm. guns in the wings, and a manually-operated 12.7-mm. gun in the rear cockpit.

 

 

 


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