Dornier Do.H Falke / Seefalke
Dornier pursued the clandestine development of military aircraft, including the DoH Falke and Seefalke all-metal cantilever high-wing fighter monoplanes in 1922 and the DoD twin-float torpedo bomber monoplane in 1926.
Manufactured at Altenrhein / Pisa, the Do.H was a relatively modern design. Fitted with floats, the Falks was available a sea-based fighter, too. Several engine variants existed.
In cooperation with Wright, the Wright H3 was fitted and the Falke offered to the US-Navy.
Dornier H Falke
Engine : BMW IV a, 296 hp
Length : 24.377 ft / 7.43 m
Height: 9.318 ft / 2.84 m
Wingspan : 32.808 ft / 10.0 m
Wing area : 215.28 sq.ft / 20.0 sq.m
Max take off weight : 2646.0 lb / 1200.0 kg
Weight empty : 2039.6 lb / 925.0 kg
Max. payload weight : 110.3 lb / 50.0 kg
Max. speed : 140 kts / 260 km/h
Landing speed : 49 kts / 90 km/h
Cruising speed : 119 kts / 220 km/h
Initial climb rate : 1161.42 ft/min / 5.90 m/s
Service ceiling : 25591 ft / 7800 m
Wing load : 12.30 lb/sq.ft / 60.00 kg/sq.m
Range : 259 nm / 480 km
Crew : 1
Armament : 2x MG